The Wisdom of Kabbalah and Philosophy
I am not an enthusiast of formative philosophy, since I dislike theoretically based studies [conjectures of the human mind, not founded on practical studies], and it is well known that most of my contemporaries agree with me for we are too familiar with such foundations [we have suffered throughout our history], which are rickety foundations [not based on practice]; and when the foundation fluctuates, the whole building tumbles [this is why philosophy is constantly changing, thereby exposing its past fallacy].
Therefore, I [as a Kabbalist and not a philosopher] have come here to speak only through critique of empirical reason.
– Baal HaSulam “The Peace”
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