Sunday, July 17, 2005

Guest Bloggers

After I get some sleep, I'll be off to Australia for the week (returning next Sunday night). It is with great pleasure that I introduce the three guest-bloggers who will be tending to this blog in my absence:

Jonathan Ichikawa - of Fake Barn Country fame - will be blogging here part-time. I'm especially honoured to have Jonathan visit, as he was something of a role-model for me when I first started blogging. I've enjoyed discussing his views on dreams and imaginings in the past. If we're lucky, he might offer some more thoughts on these topics during his stay here.

David Killoren of E.G. will be posting on a variety of topics, possibly including our ongoing discussion of value paradoxes -- the most recent installment of which can be found here.

Last but not least, Patrick Smith of Tiberius and Gaius Speaking will offer a neo-Kantian perspective, in contrast to my unrepentant consequentialism. He'll probably try to convince you all that I'm terribly misguided. So don't believe everything he says ;-)

Welcome all, I hope you enjoy your stay! Feel free to introduce yourselves further, or dive right into the philosophy, as you prefer.


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