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It is obvious that the values of women differ very often from the values which have been made by the other sex. It is the masculine values that prevail.Virginia WoolfA Room of One's OwnGetting hold of the difficulty deep down is what is hard. Because if it is grasped near the surface, it simply remains the difficulty it was. It has to be pulled out by the roots, and that involves our having to think about these things in a new way. The change is as decisive as for example, that from the alchemical to the chemical ways of thinking. The new way of thinking is what is so hard to establish.WittgensteinCulture and Values
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