Existence as Precarious and as Stable - John Dewey
The significant problems and issues of life and philosophy concern the rate and mode of the conjunction of the precarious and the assured, the incomplete and the finished, the repetitious and the varying, the safe and sane and the hazardous. These traits, and the modes and tempos of their interaction with each other, are fundamental features of natural existence.
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