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Subtitled 'Philosophical Verity', this long and difficult text should reward patient reading, since it is of a deeply metaphysical character that takes the quadruplicities of texts like 'Philosophical Truth' (1991), its immediate precursor, to a whole new level of elemental meaning, and largely through the utilization of V-like structures - hence the title 'Veritas Philosophicus' - which both complement and supplement the T-like structures already established in this and previous books, thereby taking the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism a stage further on its evolutionary journey towards the 'promised land' of complete metaphysical truth and, hence, philosophical perfection. 

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