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Goodman and the Grue Emeralds - an Induction Discussion

In this post I will talk about Goodmanized predicates and raise some concerns over their legitimacy. Subsequently, I will dismiss those concerns and argue that Goodmanized predicates are just as legitimate as normal predicates. 2,212 more words

Player Character Race: Quyg

Felmoorish races are going to go up one at a time. I’m trying out new ideas with each one, so I’ll preface each one with some of my notes. 451 more words


Old house and old car

This image was taken towards the end of the sixties, and shows a neighbouring house where we have our cabin, in Solør, not far from the Swedish border. 37 more words

Raymond Wardenaer

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