Category Archives: PhilSci

It’s Up Hill Both Ways

Over the next few months we– collectively all of us and our distant relatives, there is a wedding, afterall,– are going to be doing a lot of traveling. Kat just forwarded to me her American Airlines receipt email. It said Menu: Food for Purchase The first airplane ride I ever took was a short flight

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A Gardening Post

I am over-run with books right now. And I have not, regrettably not, finished Spring Cleaning. That’s essential. That and the list for Daughter C. But Daughter C has caught the gardening bug. And so I am thinking about the garden, and trying to supplement Daughter C’s reading with some experience. Here we go. Miss

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I really do have a question

How long does it take to charge up the charger? https://www.ravpower.com/16w-foldable-solar-charger.html It boasts that it can convert ~25% of the sun’s energy onto electrons your devices want to devour at lickidy smart speed. The sun. Hahahaha. But how much sun does it take to charge the charger? This is measurable stuff. In my clime– Mississippi-

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I was told I was to be in Kansas.

Imagine my surprise upon discovering that I am in Missouri. This is not the sort of mistake I make. Indeed, I asked, “Missouri or Kansas?” as I was checking on the weather. I was told Kansas but, “It’s all one big thing.” It may be but I am in Missouri. Missouri is a stupid state.

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So. There was another Philosopher out here.

And that gave us a good excuse to go spy on some wildlife. We worked hard to make that photograph happen. And then they had the audacity to talk freaking metaphysics all weekend. I mean what the actual hell? Silly philosophers. (Visited 12 times, 1 visits today)

“You do know

they’re talking MetaPhysics in our Living Room.” “I Know.” (Visited 14 times, 1 visits today)

It’s a fact, Jack!

J.L. Austin (The J-Man): It is worth bearing in mind, too, the general rule that we must not expect to find simple labels for complicated cases… however well-equipped our language, it can never be forearmed against all possible cases that may arise and call for description: fact is richer than diction. “A Plea for Excuses,” Proceedings

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We did some traveling around the Southeast this week

I checked in with my Grandson. He’s the cutest living thing you’ve ever seen. Not that you all weren’t the cutest living things in your own time but c’mon. He’s cute. Mr. Big Food spent some time in Atlanta being a philosopher of neuroc John. I think everyone had a good time. Neda might come

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