Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Notables

* Chris discusses the neuroscience of moral reasoning at "Mixing Memory".

* Something just to get your goat

* Very cool: Nathanael Robinson discusses the social background of the Arthurian romance Tristan (by Gottfried von Strassburg) at "Rhine River" in 'Tristan and the Sites of German Memory' part 1, part 2, and part 3. Highly recommended if, like me, you are fascinated by this sort of thing.

* Jamie points to an interview on Augustinian Thomists vs. Whig Thomists at "Ad Liminia Apostolorum". As you might expect, I fall somewhere between the two groups, agreeing with each of them on different issues.

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