Monday, October 04, 2004

Philosophers' Carnival #3

The third Philosophers' Carnival is now up at Philosophical Poetry. Andrew has presented it delightfully, introducing the submissions through a humourous dialogue.

I submitted my post on Observing Morality, and also nominated the posts from PEA Soup and Garden of Forking Paths. Of the others, my favourite is probably Essentialist Intuitions from Mixing Memory.

There are thirteen entries in all, which is a pretty good turnout I think. The overall quality might be higher than in the previous carnivals too (though I guess that's a pretty subjective judgement). So a good result all round! Now all we need is a host for the next one...

1 comment:

  1. I'd be willing to host. I warn you: I'm really the creative type, so you wouldn't get any of the cleverness we've seen in the last two. 

    Posted by Dan Quattrone


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