Category Archives: Currently Reading

A. J. Ayer: Language, Truth, and Logic

Since I had a primarily continental undergrad education, I am just now starting to fill in a lot of the gaps in my knowledge of analytic thought. I am reading this book for a course called Discourse and Metaphysics of … Continue reading

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Habermas: The Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy by Hugh Baxter

I was invited by Kevin Gray, philosophy professor at the American University of Sharjah, to participate in an Author-Meets-Critics panel for this book at the NASSP Conference in Boston July 26-28, 2012 at Northeastern University. Here is the program. This … Continue reading

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Currently Reading: Pogge

I am taking a quick break from the Audi to reread some of Thomas Pogge’s key arguments in World Poverty and Human Rights. In this book he argues for global justice on the basis of the fact that the first … Continue reading

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Currently Reading: Audi

Right now I am reading Robert Audi’s Democratic Authority and the Separation of Church and State. Audi will be presenting at Boston College’s Annual Contemporary Philosophy Workshop that I, along with my colleague Paul Van Rooy, am planning, so I … Continue reading

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