I apologize for taking so long to post another one of these. Here is Nicholas of Cusa (a.k.a. Cusano, a.k.a. Nikolaus von Kues) (1401–1464) on the primacy of intelligent people from De Concordantia Catholica. (This was quoted in Paul Sigmund’s Nicholas of Cusa and Medieval Political Thought, Harvard University Press, 1963, p. 132). Almighty […]
In August of 2009 (a little over 5 years ago) I moved from my hometown ( Fall River, Massachusetts ) to Pullman, Washington to pursue a graduate degree in Philosophy. Every time I have returned I heard one person or other say something along these lines; “You didn’t forget where you came from, did you?”, or, “Don’t forget […]
The winners of the 2014 Ignoble prize have been published! Here are some highlights over at Choice & Inference. The full list is here. Enjoy.
Originally posted on the neuron club:
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2013 was a productive year for me. I was able to finish all the requirements of my PhD program (ABD), spend lots of time with my family and friends and found a little time to get further writing done. I am sad to see 2013 go but I think I’ll take the advice of the […]
I would like to welcome our newest contributors to A Philosopher’s Take, Lee Elkin and Ray Aldred. Lee recently accepted an offer from the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy at LMU in Munich to pursue his PhD. His interests lie in Epistemology, Time, Practical Reasoning, Decision Theory, Philosophy of Mind, Wittgenstein, and Philosophy of Science. […]
My aim for setting up this blog is to foster an intellectual web discussion by both philosopher’s and non-philosopher’s alike by raising some concerns and posing some questions that come about while researching in the areas of Ethics, Metaphysics, and Epistemology. I invite comments and discussion from all disciplines and not only from my colleagues […]