Monthly Archives: June 2010

Wrong about Wrongs.

One of the bizarre pleasures of philosophy is being proven wrong. In fact, so far as I can tell, this is one of the chief pursuits of the philosopher. This puzzling lust for a humbling argument may be tantamount to … Continue reading

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Unleashing Science

idea that was recent nonsense can quickly become a gleaming symbol of the future, provided the right circumstances change. And it is humbling to remember that the circumstances that most often change are our own social and technological arrangements and not the properties of the universe we seek to describe. Continue reading

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