Exerpt from; Experience and Its Modes - Micheal Oakenshott
What is given in experience is a world of ideas, and what is achieved is that world of ideas made more of a world. There is no experience which is not an idea, and no idea which is not a world. Further, truth is the world of experience as a coherent whole, nothing else is true, and there is no criterion of truth other than this coherence. Thus, truth and experience are given together, and it is impossible to separate them.
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