Friday, July 20, 2007

The Ontological argument

A new page here in the Logic Museum on the ontological argument. Kicks off with Aristotle's proof of the existence of God from the Metaphysics, and Descartes argument from Meditations V. Coming later will be Augustine's argument (from On Free Will), Anselm's version of the ontological argument proper, Aquinas comments on Anselm's argument, and Scotus' very complex version of the cosmological argument.

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Saturday, July 14, 2007

Originals and Covers, Covers and Originals

When the Levee Breaks. The cover by Zeppelin, and the original by Memphis Minnie.

Fields of Gold. Eva Cassidy's version, and the original by Sting.

Crossroads. The original by Robert Johnson, and a cover by Clapton.

Is 'every man is an animal true' when there are no men?

A splendid new page in the Logic Museum here.

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Sunday, July 01, 2007

The Square of Opposition

Just to draw attention to the page in the Logic Museum on the famous square. Plenty of material there, and plenty coming up, particularly of relevane to my dispute with Terence Parsons about the semantics of the O proposition.

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