Monthly Archives: November 2016

Making Sense of Ontological Irrationalism

In his November 17, 2016, post on Siris, “Implying Bottom,”* Brandon Watson casts a critical eye on a paragraph contained in an article by Stephen Maitzen, “The Problem of Magic.”** The two then, in the Comments section, engage in nicely … Continue reading

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Returning to the Fray

Those aspects of life which have come between me and After Aristotle for the past half-year or so seem to be sufficiently diminished in number that putting hands to keyboard makes sense again. I left off posting having begun an … Continue reading

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