Involution (philosophy)

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In philosophy, involution refers to a situation in which a process or object is ontologically "turned in" upon itself.

Involuted values[edit]

In meta-ethics, involution of values is when an otherwise convenient and decent system of values is taken to its inevitable logical conclusion and results in an indecent or inconvenient result.[citation needed]

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