Sunday, February 27, 2005


The tenth Philosophers' Carnival is now up at E.G. There are a lot of entries - 22 in fact! - and many of them are really interesting. I particularly liked Clark's one on common sense, Jonah's discussion of thought experiments, and Michelle's take on the technical-humanist divide.

Another recent carnival is Smijer's Carnival of the Godless #5.

Oh, and I just passed 20,000 visitors! Thanks for dropping by :)

1 comment:

  1. Congrats on reaching 20,000! That's a damn impressive number, especially when you consider the content of this blog. Your posts are largely intellectual posts, mostly philosophical, on fairly complex topics. When you look at the philosophy-oriented blogs that get more visits than this (e.g., Leiter), you see that their blogs contain mostly non-philosophical posts (mostly politics or cultural commentary). The fact that you can do so well with a much more intellectual focus speaks volumes about your ability to make the topics interesting, write about them well, and present provocative ideas. You should be proud.


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