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Critique Journal
The official journal published by the Durham Undergraduate Philosophy Society
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Aidan McGlynn Jul 13
Wittgenstein on the Joint Session ( p275)
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Jared Yates Sexton Jul 11
I...worked on this story for a year...and...he just...he tweeted it out.
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Critique Journal Jul 10
May I suggest Anne Marie Morris rethink her 'unintentional' defence. Surely the words we use unintentionally are those we use most often?
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Critique Journal Jul 7
The editor has enlisted the help of English Lit student Jazmine Bourke and will be co-writing review of for the next issue
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Oxford Philosophy Jul 4
Should we be more skeptical about philosophy's capacity to improve thinking? via
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Doctor Logic Jun 29
In my talk on of , we implemented a methodology instead of just talking about it!
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Kathrine Cuccuru Jun 28
Catarina Dutilh Novaes motivates a genological understanding of concepts for phil practice
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Oxford Philosophy Jun 26
Friederike Moltmann explores the relationship between language and abstract objects
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Doctor Logic Jun 23
Amazing thank-you gifts from a student -- enough chocolate cupcakes to spell out all the Peano axioms, and a Wittgenstein card.
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Katherine Scott Jun 10
I had to double check this using the Gimp. It is not a fake. Seeing is not believing.
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Simon Hewitt Jun 8
This election rests with 18-25 year olds. Students, please vote!
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Critique Journal May 7
Fantastic audio recording of Wilfrid Sellars's John Dewey lectures
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CHESS Durham Uni May 2
Fantastic news and congratulations to co-Director Prof Nancy Cartwright being awarded the alongside Elliott Sober
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Critique Journal Apr 21
Replying to @SaraLUckelman
(3/3) paradoxical. In a similar way to Moore's "This is the case, but I don't believe it" is paradoxical. Why say "there is a duplicate"?
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Critique Journal Apr 21
Replying to @SaraLUckelman
(2/3) effect whether there was one, while still thinking the assertion: "There is one, but there isn't and never will be evidence for it" is
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Critique Journal Apr 21
Replying to @SaraLUckelman
(1/3) Suppose 'evidence' is taken as 'any reason to believe', you could accept that if there were a duplicate our beliefs about it wouldn't
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InParenthesis Apr 21
We are very excited about this: Abstract to follow soon!
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Critique Journal Apr 21
From Scott Soames' "What is a Theory of Truth?", is this metaphysical realism or a variation on Moore's paradox?
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CHESS Durham Uni Apr 20
Congratulations to CHESS co-Director Prof Nancy Cartwright on her recent at the meeting
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