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Humean Newman

In one of his Grammar of Assent‘s more famous lines, Newman remarks: “As to Logic, its chain of conclusions hangs loose at both ends; both the point from which the proof should start, and the points at which it should arrive, are beyond its reach; it comes short both of first principles and of concrete issues” (284). 677 more words

John Henry Newman

ELEVATION

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Eiffel Tower

The Daily Grind

I sit and stare at the screen, almost daring it to crash on me, anything to make the time go faster so that I can leave this daily grind and go home or anywhere but here. 1,366 more words

Analytic Philosophy Valentine's Day

Have a good one!

References:

1. “Let’s Gettier Together” (see here for the rock example)

2. Grue and bleen

3. Quine’s thesis of the… 18 more words

You Have Been Eaten by a Grue!

Remember Zork?  This isn’t about Zork.  It is, however, about text based adventure games!  If you’re looking for a little bit of nostalgia, you can pick up Mecha Ace on… 106 more words

Games

Infocom Madness!

Remember Infocom? Ha! Of course you don’t! I barely do, and only because of a chilling text-based adventure game called Cutthroats, which I played on the Apple II in my dad’s old classroom after school. 325 more words

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