Sunday, March 27, 2022

Links of Note

 * What Those Holes in Your Electrical Plugs are For

* James Clark Ross interviews Sophie Grace Chappell.

* John Grove reviews Against the Tide, a collection of Roger Scruton's columns.

* Matthias Brinkmann, Freedom to Roam (PDF)

* Paula Oliveira E Silva, Facing the Ambiguities of Aquinas: The Sixteenth-Century Debate on the Genesis of Ius Gentium

* How Many Plants Would It Take to Produce Enough Oxygen for One Person?

* Andrew Leatherbarrow, What Set Fukushima Apart?

* Chad Engelland, Amo, Ergo Cogito: Phenomenology's Non-Cartesian Augustinianism (PDF) -- a very nice whirlwind tour of many of the ways in which philosophical phenomenology has drawn on St. Augustine.

* Daniel Whiting, Cavendish's Aesthetic Realism (PDF)

* Elena Yi-Jia Zeng, Empire and Liberty in Adam Ferguson's Republicanism (PDF)

* Keerthik Sasidharan, The way of dharma

* Lawrence Blum, Iris Murdoch, at the SEP

* Applied Complexity Science reflects on Christopher Alexander, author of A Pattern Language and The Timeless Way of Building, in Imagination is Not Creativity. (Christopher Alexander died March 17; an obituary is here.)

* Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman, Free speech doesn't mean hecklers get to shut down campus debate

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