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The philosophy of Agatha Christie
This is Amy Leatheran in Murder in Mesopotamia , channeling Schopenhauer: Somehow, the more I get older, and the more I see of people and sadness and illness and everything, the sorrier I get for everyone. Sometimes, I declare, I don't know what's becoming ...
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Augustine and Wittgenstein EDITED BY  KIM PAFFENROTH; ALEXANDER R. EODICE AND JOHN DOODY -  CONTRIBUTIONS BY  MYLES BURNYEAT; KIM PAFFENROTH; BRIAN R. CLACK; ESPEN DAHL; CHAD ENGELLAND; ALEXANDER R. EODICE; DAVID GOODILL; GARRY HAGBERG; MILES HOLLINGWORTH; ...
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Wittgenstein, Religion and Ethics New Perspectives from Philosophy and Theology Editor(s):   Mikel Burley See larger image Table of contents Notes on Contributors Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction: Wittgenstein, Religion and Ethics: Seeing the Con...
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Nordic Wittgenstein Review
Vol 7 No 1 is out now . I feel as though I say this every time, but this really does look like an especially interesting issue.
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Sluga on Wittgenstein and Schopenhauer
Here , pointed out by Daniel Lindquist , is a PowerPoint slideshow by Hans Sluga on Wittgenstein and "the world" in the Tractatus . Some thoughts: On slide 9, Sluga quotes Wittgenstein saying that he "could now just as well start [the]  Tractatus  with a se...
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Concise Anscombe
The Encyclopedia of Concise Concepts by Women Philosophers  is now online. I don't know how much content it has so far, but it will grow. One thing it includes is a short article on Anscombe's Intention .
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On the radio
I can't bring myself to listen to it, but I was interviewed for With Good Reason recently, and it's available here . I think it's mostly about teaching ethics, but there could be some Wittgenstein in there too.
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The humanities again
A friend has called this essay  "smart, passionate, and research-driven." (Why mention that it's passionate?) Anyway, I could resist responding by secretly blogging my disagreement, but I won't. In the essay, Eric Hayot,  Distinguished Professor of Comparat...
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Hans Sluga has a blog
It's here . h/t John Holbo If you don't know who Hans Slugs is, here's his bio . If you're wondering whether he blogs about Wittgenstein, he does (but also about other things).
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Schopenhauer on women
I have four things to say about Schopenhauer's essay (it's really a collection of remarks) " On Women ." The version of the essay in the Penguin Classics Essays and Aphorisms i s abridged, leaving out the last remark and the words "The Mormons' standpoint i...
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