Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Links of Note, Notably Noted

A number of these are older things that need to be cleared out of my tabs. This week will likely be fairly busy, so posting may continue to be light (for me, anyway), and more on the less substantive side.

* Whewell's Gazette #34 has history of science links.

* Amy Welborn on Septuagesima.

* Matt Fradd lays out the basics of 50 Shades of Grey (ht: Hell Burns):



* Edmund Waldstein on the Thomistic account of the good.

* Jimmy Akin, St. Paul and the Cretan Liar Paradox

* Anthony Grafton on the revival of Latin

* Gene Buonaccorsi summarizes in a fairly accessible way the major theories of humor

* D. G. D. Davidson reviews the anime Princess Tutu, which I have recommended here before.

* A list of edible flowers

* How the crime of jaywalking developed through pressure by the automotive lobby.

* Mike Loukides thinks through different ways to approach lab practice, as well as how they might need to change.

* Terence Blake's 12 theses on eliminativism

* The Eritrean Catholic Church has become the 23rd sui juris Church in the Catholic communion.

2 comments:

  1. Brigitte Darnay2:59 PM

    I was bemused by your two posts today. I am wondering what links these two...

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  2. branemrys3:31 PM

    If anything does, it was serendipity. I just had a few things that I had been meaning to link. But sometimes things make their own associations!

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