Is there an easy way to have a #RSS feed of my publications? I don't think PhilPapers (you can follow me if you have an account) or ORCID provides one, although I could be wrong.
There are questions that I am gripped by, and questions that I have some idea how to answer. I sometimes worry that the intersection is almost ∅. I like to hope that it's not, or at least that trying to answer the latter might ultimately help someone, or even me, to answer the former.
This is the best advice for writing a #philosophy essay that I know of: http://www.jimpryor.net/teaching/guidelines/writing.html
Linda Wetzel's 'Types and Tokens'
There are words, like 'schedule', pronounced differently by different people.
I have the impression that some people think that speakers have a mental representation of the phonology of a word. Is the standard view that the difference reflects a different representation, or is it due to the interface with the articulatory system?
hardware upgrade, linux distro
I'm thinking of putting an SSD in my laptop. This seems like a good time to try out a new distro. I have been using Ubuntu for the last 3.5 years because that seemed like a good place to start and I never had a good reason to switch. I'm wondering about trying Debian. I think that the only thing I would need to do would be to get Zotero and Pandoc because they are either not in the distro or only an old version is.
Should I be thinking about any other options?
I just started Ray Monk's biography of Bertrand Russell which I think was a Christmas present ten years ago but I never started.
I now list the topics I have taught and two courses that I was coordinator for, with syllabi and slides for one:
I think that I navigated the copyright issues successfully.
Just discovered Socarxiv, essentially a clone of arxiv for social sciences, although steering is overwhelmingly dominated by sociologists.
Looks like it still might be a good alternative to SSRN (recently acquired by Elsevier), which has become significantly less open over the past few years.
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