Sunday, March 06, 2022

Links of Note

 * Carlo Rovelli, Back to Reichenbach (PDF), on philosophy of time

* Nathanael Stein, Imagination, expectation and "thoughts entangled in metaphors" (PDF)

* Michael Walschots, Hutcheson's Theory of Obligation (PDF)

* Liam Kofi Bright, Our Time Comprehended in Thought, on philosophy of culture

* Katherine Blunt, America's Power Grid Is Increasingly Unreliable

* Dominic Legge, Do Thomists Have Rights?, argues that (contrary to a lot of claims, including by Thomists) Aquinas has a reasonably clear conception of 'subjective rights'.

* Taylor Patrick O'Neill, Vatican II and the Lasting Influence of Garrigou-Lagrange's Mystical Theology

* Timothy Yenter, What Hume Didn't Notice about Divine Causation (PDF)

* Jozef Muller, Hate and Happiness in Aristotle (PDF)

* Zee Perry, On Mereology and Metricality (PDF)

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