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I spelled Nietzschean right on the first try. This is an obvious sign of the apocalypse, and all should prepare accordingly.

So this Ayer piece is incredibly engaging – to the point that you be forgiven for thinking this was one of my CHID teaching documents, I have scribbled it so purple. (Fellow chiddies who took classes with me, or for that matter received graded papers from me, know precisely what I am talking about. “What […]

If anyone doubts the accuracy of this account of moral disputes, let him try to construct even an imaginary argument on a question of value which does not reduce itself to an argument about a question of logic or about an empirical matter of fact. -A.J. Ayer, Language, Truth, and Logic Ayer challenges us to […]

I’m taking a class on metaethics. I’m required to write a few paragraphs on the readings every week. I figure, might as well put the musings into the wild. Especially since I’m finding this to be much more interesting than I thought I would,.. Week One Sign Theory, Moore & Frankena While reading through both […]