Wittgenstein and My Old Kentucky Home
“Ludwig Wittgenstein came up at the Kentucky Derby?” Spence says.
“Most certainly,” says Admin. “Bob Costas asked the winning owner, J. Paul Reddam, for his thoughts, specifically as a former philosophy professor at USC. And Reddam instantly gave this summary of Wittgenstein and how it applied to him – ‘After all the philosophical problems have been solved, nothing will have been accomplished, so we decided to get into horse racing.'”
“Congratulations to I’ll Have Another -a very exciting finish.”
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