Conceptual analysis versus Situational analysis

Philosophy was at its zenith when it was more concerned about analysing situations, rather than analysing concepts (refer to the Greco-Roman Moralists). Of course, conceptual analysis is a form of situational analysis; it is one of escaping the material reality of a situation into a conceptual, constructed fantasy-world. Little wonder that Nietzsche called it decadent.

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