Today’s poem is something I wrote a few years ago, and takes a few more artful liberties than I might like with it’s actual philosophical content. Nagel is arguing that there are certain things about our experience which are unique… Continue Reading
Finally, after a bit of delay, the second half of Charlie Button’s adventure. When last we left young Charlie and his companion Pwilfred the ogre, they were wandering about the Forest of the Lost, a place on the underside of… Continue Reading
It’s a poetry day, and a nerdy one at that. This isn’t just philosophy, but philosophy of quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics, like everything else, makes way more sense when explained like Dr. Suess. There are a lot of interpretations for… Continue Reading
Still doing some research on ethics in social media, so we’ll take care of that next week. Instead, here’s a poem I wrote on the epistemology of love. If a Turing machine tells us it loves us, what do we… Continue Reading
Off camping this weekend, so instead of the video post which I didn’t have time to finish, here’s a poem about philosophy of mind in the 16th century. One day I’ll write that philosophy picture book, I swear.