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Dear  +sergius,
 
Your underlying question is a valid one.  A book for you to read,
if you're interested in this sort of moral complication in the
reception works of art are given, would be
 
_Transparent Things_ by Vladimir Nabokov
 
in which, at one point, Nabokov's narrator offers an assimilation
of Wittgenstein: "good philosopher, bad man"  -- or words to that
effect.
 
Tim Romano
 
sojourners wrote:
 
> Does this fascination with the self-absorbed, convoluted, and
> overly-pedantic rantings of a virtual moral dwarf--albeit an
> intellectually-gifted one--embarrass no one?
>
> +sergius
> Shaphyutha Skete
> Idaho Rocky mountains