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Darwinian Dawkins Paperblog Pick in Philosophy

Darwinian Dawkins

Richard Dawkins seems like he’s probably a nice guy in person. You can tell quite a bit about somebody from their writing, and even when Dawkins is being abrasive in script, you ca... Read more

Conjunctions Autumn Equinox Paperblog Pick in Philosophy

Conjunctions on the Autumn Equinox

Early yesterday afternoon I found myself sitting in the sanctuary at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Manhattan. The Parish was founded in 1835; this is its third church, buil... Read more

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