- Alexander Pruss uses Gettier cases to suggest that "memetic" accounts of belief make moral realism impossible. This is along the lines of what I've thought about the subject, but it's quite an ingenius way of putting the matter.
- Dr. Boli advises a reader on how to deal with the poor punning skills of modern clergypersons. Part of the answer: "It is probably pointless to protest to the minister or priest who authorized the sign; you would only be told 'I thought it was rather funny,' and against such profound ignorance of literary art there is no argument."
01 April 2011
Gifts of the internet.
Two things I enjoyed: