Tag Archives: Bertrand Russell

Space and Time: A Priori Intuitions?

On this Great Books Monday, I’ve been ruminating on the difficulty of some of the works we’re going through. Seriously, Aristotle’s Physics and Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason are pretty dense. I’ve had to remind myself that part of analytical … Continue reading

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Bertrand Russell Is a Snob

I have no witty intro for this week’s Great Books Monday post, so let’s just jump right in, shall we?  Here are the readings for the coming week: Paradise Lost by John Milton, Book IV (GBWW Vol. 29, pp. 152-174) … Continue reading

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Shylock is a Meanie

On this Great Books Monday, gird up your loins, for we are about to embark on a quest for the Great White Whale. Here are the readings for the upcoming week: Moby Dick by Herman Melville, Ch. 1-15  (GBWW Vol. … Continue reading

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