Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Links and Notes

I'll be in Philadelphia Wednesday and Thursday attending a conference on Malebranche at Temple University. In the meantime, here are some interesting things for reading and linking.

* Miriam Burstein has a lovely list of Victorian religious novels that are readable.

* Mark Chu-Carroll is discussing intuitionistic logic at "Good Math, Bad Math." So far it includes a post on the basics and an introduction to Kripke models in preparation for looking at the Kripke model for intuitionistic logic. On a different subject, he had an enlightening post recently on the distinctions among parallel, concurrent, and distributed processing.

* Dale Tuggy has a post at "Trinities" on the difficulties and desiderata of labeling theories.

* At "Mixing Memory" Chris has an interesting post on recent work investigating how brain damage affects moral cognition (and the implications this might have).

* Thursday in the Anglican calendar is the memorial for John Keble. So take some time to browse some of Keble's works at Project Canterbury.

* I didn't really post anything for the Feast of the Annunciation, so here's last year's post.

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