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Choosing our problems with care.

There is a notion put forward by Mark Rowlands in his excellent book “The Philosopher and the Wolf“; that simians and humans are the only animals to manufacture weakness in others, rather than just exploit it. It’s a disturbing thought, and one I’m trying to… Read More

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Seeing through the mist.

Epistemic duty is a term used by Philosophers to describe the responsibility we have to ensure that our actions and beliefs are examined to our own scrutiny and grounded in truth. An academic term for something we would hope would be routine, but clearly isn’t.… Read More

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The power of craft

I noticed an interesting article in the Guardian regarding craft beers. Essentially the rise in popularity of craft beers has prompted many of the major “industrial” brewers to bring out brands purporting to be craft beers. In many respects, nothing new there. Our supermarkets have… Read More