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In “Philosophy: Who Needs It,” Rand mentions some common catch phrases (such as, ‘Don’t be too sure—nobody can be sure of anything.’) Why do you think people appeal to such catch phrases? What function do they serve? And why do you think Rand is emphasizing them in this essay? Explain.
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