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Texas, U. of, HRC
"Friday night." "Then Wittgenstein came for luncheon and a walk. He was very nice—said how much he loves Moore, how he likes and dislikes people for the way they smile—Moore has one of the most beautiful smiles I know, and it had struck him. We had a lot of argument—he is very good. He said he liked the peroration of my Bergson article, but doesn't like that sort of thing unadulterated as in Free Man's Worship. He says in his judgment it needs something solid at the back of it. He dislikes the last chapter of my Shilling Shocker, I think because it vexes him that one should hint at philosophy having any end outside itself. He is always absolutely frank."
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