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Groups and sets

Standard algebra texts define a group to be a set of objects together with a binary operation on those objects (obeying familiar conditions) — or indeed, they define a group to be an ordered pair of a set and a … Continue reading → The post Groups and sets appeared first on Logic [More]

The Meaning of Travel

In mid December, the Uffizi can be almost empty of visitors. One year, we were sitting very quietly for some time in what was then the room with the great Botticelli paintings. A few other visitors came and went. But … Continue reading → The post The Meaning of Travel appeared first on Logic [More]

Raving on to the finish line …

The end is in sight for writing IFL2 (though through the great kindness of strangers, and some very last minute sets of very useful comments) I’m still editing up to the wire. I just came across this in Elizabeth Bowen’s novel The … Continue reading → The post Raving on to the finish line … appeared first on Logic [More]

A European moment

 This was new to me, and was being shared by some at the moment of Brexit, making a sunny counterpoint to what I found a rather miserable evening. If you too haven’t seen it before then, whatever your views, … Continue reading → The post A European moment appeared first on Logic [More]

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Dr. Robert McKim
  • on Religious Diversity
  • Professor of Religion and Professor of Philosophy
  • Focuses on Philosophy of Religion
  • Ph.D. Yale

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Dr. Alvin Plantinga
  • on Where the Conflict Really Lies
  • Emeritus Professor of Philosophy (UND)
  • Focuses on Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion
  • Ph.D. Yale

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  • on faith as a cognitive sickness
  • Teaches Philosophy at Portland State University (Oregon)
  • Focuses on atheism and critical thinking
  • Has a passion for teaching in prisons
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