“If the study of philosophy has any value at all for others than students of philosophy, it must be…”

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“If the study of philosophy has any value at all for others than students of philosophy, it must be only indirectly, through its effects upon the lives of those who study it. It is in these effects, therefore, if anywhere, that the value of philosophy must be primarily sought.”

Bertrand Russell, The Problems of Philosophy

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