Friday, March 13, 2015

Links of Note

For a number of reasons, my computer access over the next week will be sporadic.

* Thomas Van discusses the Greek Apologists

* Roger Pearse discusses the legend of St. Nicholas hitting Arius. He also has some discussion of the Stoic philosopher, Musonius Rufus.

* Bayes' Theorem with Lego at "Count Bayesie"

* Ashok Karra on Plato's Cleitophon. In my whirlwind tour of the Platonic Corpus, I talked about this dialogue last August.

* Whewell's Gazette #38

* Julie Canlis, Pilgrimage, Geography, and Mischievous Theology

* Nora Bartlett on pauses in Jane Austen's novels

* Philosopher's Carnival #172 and Philosopher's Carnival #173

* Project Vox is a new resource for the study of philosophers outside the normal canon.

* Matthew Priselac, Locke: Knowledge of the External World, at the IEP

* Understanding Aristotle's Account of the Relation of the Household to the State, Part I and Part II

* Ed Feser on Nyaya arguments for a First Cause

* A recent investigation discovered that over 2500 educators in American schools had teaching credentials revoked, denied, surrendered or sanctioned from 2001 through 2005 following allegations of sexual misconduct.

* Medieval Otaku on C. S. Lewis's The Discarded Image

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