The Afterword offers a defence of thought as free speculation in which no possibilities can ever be excluded a priori. It also argues that although ontological speculation is required to ground other sciences, their findings never necessitate which ontology must accompany them. Facts can always be interpreted in multiple ways; meaning is never fixed. That there is meaning, however, rather than non-sense is a contingent fact and not a necessity.
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