A renowned philosopher was held in high regard by his driver, who listened in awe at every speech while his boss would easily answer questions about morality and ethics.
Then one day the driver approached the philosopher and asked if he was willing to switch roles for the evening"s lecture.
The philosopher agreed and, for a while, the driver handled himself remarkably well.
When it came time for questions from the guests, a woman in the back asked,
"Is the epistemological view of the universe still valid in an existentialist world?"
"That is an extremely simple question," he responded. "So simple, in fact, that even my driver could answer that, which is exactly what he will do."
n. Official holding inquests on deaths thought to be violent or accidental. [anglo-french: related to *crown]
n. - small crown.
- circlet of precious materials, esp. As a headdress. [french diminutive: related to *crown]
pl. Of *corpus.
—adj. - true, accurate.
- proper, in accordance with taste or a standard. —v. - set right; amend.
- mark errors in.
- substitute a right thing for (a wrong one).
- a admonish (a person). B punish (a person or fault).
- counteract (a harmful quality).
- adjust (an instrument etc.). correctly adv. Correctness n. Corrector n. [latin rego rect- guide]
v. (-ding) 1 a wear away, esp. By chemical action. B decay.
- destroy gradually. [latin rodo ros- gnaw]
—adj. - dishonest, esp. Using bribery.
- immoral; wicked.
- (of a text etc.) Made unreliable by errors or alterations. —v. Make or become corrupt. corruptible adj. Corruptibility n. Corruption n. Corruptive adj. Corruptly adv. Corruptness n. [latin rumpo rupt- break]
n. Small bouquet worn by women. [french: related to *corpse]
n. - pirate ship.
- pirate. [french: related to *course]
n. Procession, esp. For a funeral. [french]
n. Member of a people of southern russia. [turki quzzaq]