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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



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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!


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


Cranes and sun

Lors du lever du soleil au lac du Der, le départ des grues vers les gagnages… ;-) — http://ift.tt/1tMByUt by Alain_Balthazard