Monday, May 15, 2006


* Since May 15 is the feast day of St. Isidore the Farmer, it seems fitting to link to the National Catholic Rural Life Conference, and perhaps to link to Calvinist poet Sietze Buning's poem, Barnyard Miracle.

* The Online Philosophy Conference continues into Week Three. The paper by Levy on Frankfurt-style cases is interesting. It is being vigorously discussed at the OPC blog.

* recently had a discussion group for Tim Powers's short story, Through and Through.

* The History Carnival is up at "Airminded".

* A set of webpages discussing Lewis Carroll's Logic Game . If you've never done so, you should read Carroll's classic in the philosophy of logic, What the Tortoise Said to Achilles, and study a selection of problems and the Introduction from his logic textbook, Symbolic Logic.

* I've been participating a bit in this post at Intellectuelle, on functional subordination accounts of the Trinity. Rebecca has put up her thoughts here [UPDATE: and here as well].

* Don't forget to send me your Carnivalesque nominations.

* UPDATE: A nice meditation on poverty in the Third World . (HT: Magic Statistics)

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