Saturday, April 08, 2006

Evening Note for Saturday, April 8

A great many things worth discussing have popped up in the blogosphere in the past few days. It would, of course, all happen the month that I have only limited internet access. In any case, this is just a note to say that there are a lot of things out there that I hope to discuss at greater length, even if I end up discussing them a month late.

Links of Note:
* Unchanging Time and the Infinite Past at "Philosophy, etc."
* Libet Experiments and Free Will at "FQI"
* Rejecting the PSR at "Matthew Mullins"
* Rebecca Stark has finished her series on ordered lists of salvation at "Theologica." Explicit orderings of decrees are mostly associated with Calvinist theology; but they are not, of course, exclusively Calvinistic, and even if they were non-Calvinists could stand to learn much from the discussion. Needless to say, Calvinists themselves could also stand to learn from the discussion. You can access the whole series from the last post, God's Eternal Decrees 7.

Currently Reading:
Balzac, Droll Stories
Irving, A Prayer for Owen Meany
George Soderberg, Finishing Technology

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