Comment: Philosophy, the love of "wisdom"

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Philosophy, the love of "wisdom"

It doesn't matters what Nietzshce, or anyone else says, our understandings are ours, and ours alone:
I can call an apple an orange and it is "true"... to me.
I can say vegan is a religion, and it is "true"... to me.

Unless ample evidence is given, then what is conveyed is simply an opinion, not factual.

What he said comes down to is an opinion - that a vegan lifestyle is unreasonable - and this opinion is stated with no reason provided why it's unreasonable.
Ironic, isn't it?

Opinions are silly like that.