Thursday, April 12, 2012

Philosophical Discussion



That pretty much sums most of it up.

9 comments:

  1. DarwinCatholic11:29 AM

    Clearly, the silly walks make the philosopher.

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  2. branemrys11:34 AM

    It's the hardest thing to get right in graduate school.

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  3. Brandon, I'm about to send you an email about an idea I have for improving the quality if philosophizing online. The fact that I wrote it today and then saw you posted this lampoon, is surely just one if Providence's crookedly straight lines.

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  4. Cat Hodge12:52 PM

    Ooh, perhaps you could find one where the Pythons discuss what is science. :)

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  5. branemrys1:44 PM

    Not quite the ticket, but fun nonetheless:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M-vnmejwXo

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  6. Of course, not knowing your email address would make things more difficult.

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  7. Aw check, I'll just post it. http://ebougis.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/i-want-to-start-a-forum/

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  8. Eric M.8:13 PM

    Clearly, if we intend to teach undergrads philosophy we should leave behind the classroom or lecture hall and bring back the peripatetic style of Aristotle. In my case, I just can’t seem to think about an idea without getting up and walking around... 

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  9. branemrys12:43 AM

    Sounds good to me.

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