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Philosophy and Suffering

Writing is always more than an intellectual affair.  If it were only that, it would have an even harder time standing up to charges of superfluity.  To be more than superfluous, it must somehow, through its abstract and in a … Continue reading

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§ Beard to Beard with William James: Truth as a Practical Notion

From Pragmatism: A New Name for some Old Ways of Thinking, William James on the practical nature of truth: “[T]here can be no difference anywhere that doesn’t make a difference elsewhere – no difference in abstract truth that doesn’t express … Continue reading

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The Bad Faith of Zoophobia

This essay taken down temporarily; it is currently being rewritten for a book publication. Please stay tuned.

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