More juvenilia: Whether What Is Transcendent Is Dependent (unsuccessful parody of medieval philosophy, age 19). Adam Smith says somewhere that a sculpture of an animal is more impressive than a sculpture of a chair, because a sculpture of a chair isnt sufficiently different from an actual chair; a similar criticism applies here.
Archive | February 4, 2012
Cordial and Sanguine, Part 19
I have a new post up at BHL: Eudaimonist Libertarianism. Not too hot, not too cold like lukewarm porridge, its just right!