Why doesn't analytic philosophy ever address political questions in a substantial way?
those guys are dilettantes logicians doing more or less informal logic.
Political philosophy can be addressed in an analytic way, but since good analytic philosophers should demand clear definitions and axiomatic argument, they would get fucked by rhetoric and emotional pandering.
Philosophy and philosophers have no place in politics, at least not in any kind of liberal democracy.
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Analytic philosophy requires formalism and hence structuralism.
Explain why analytic philosophy doesn't take on subjectivity which is closely related to aesthetics. Pro-tip: you can't because it's not objective.