Philosophy: A Just-So Story

It’s silly to think the tiny fraction of philosophy I study, with little or no success, is at all understandable to the general public. This is a fact that has bothered me for some time. Since, although philosopher is a very vague term, it is clear that one ought to try and achieve two separate […]

Old Paper, Debate (with R. Scott Bakker) and Owed Response

Nearly a year ago, I posted a paper (below), to which R. Scott Bakker responded (below, below). We then proceeded to go back and forth a little. Recently, I realised I owed Bakker a response, which I thought I’d prime by first reposting the context. So, here is the paper, and below that is the […]

Informal Hour Ep. 6 – Eliminativism, Content and Truth with Alex Rosenberg (Part 1)

Download this episode (right click and save) Here is the feed if you’re using a podcast app. Alex’s Books The Atheists Guide to Reality The Girl from Kraków  Philosophy of Science: a Contemporary Introduction  Alex’s Papers Check here

Informal Hour Ep. 4 – Wittgenstein and the “Evil God” Challenge with Stephen Law

Download this episode (right click and save) Here is the feed if you’re using a podcast app. Stephen’s paper on the private language argument Stephen’s paper on the standard metre  Stephen’s paper on belief Stephen’s blog Stephen’s Center for Inquiry blog