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Sorolla at the National Gallery

Last week, the slates were stripped off our roof (preparing for a loft extension). This week has of course started with the wettest of Cambridge days. Option (1): sit at home, fretting and listening out for more leaks through the … Continue reading → The post Sorolla at the National Gallery appeared first on Logic [More]

Jacquette’s Frege

Oscar Murillo’s terrific new exhibition in Cambridge is called “Violent Amnesia”. And I too have obviously been afflicted by a bad temporary bout of amnesia! It suddenly all came back to me. In 2007, Dale Jacquette published a new translation … Continue reading → The post Jacquette’s Frege appeared first on Logic [More]

Taking leave of Broad …

Of the great Cambridge philosophers in the first half of the last century, C.D. Broad surely remains the most underrated. Partly, I’m sure, that’s to do with his terrific clarity and his good sense (leaving aside that odd interest in … Continue reading → The post Taking leave of Broad … appeared first on Logic [More]

An Invitation to Model Theory

CUP have just emailed me information about this new book, coming out in March, An Invitation to Model Theory, by Jonathan Kirby. The contents list and the description of the aim of the book look very promising: “[T]raditional introductions to … Continue reading → The post An Invitation to Model Theory appeared first on Logic [More]

Seven books: Chekhov

Once upon a very long time ago, there were — as well as the usual commercial cinemas — no less than three cinemas in Cambridge showing foreign and/or older films. There was the lovely small Arts Cinema in the middle … Continue reading → The post Seven books: Chekhov appeared first on Logic [More]

Seven books: Lichtenberg

It’s a thing on Twitter at the moment — people posting the covers of seven books that have meant something to them, without comment, and nominating others to join in and post their choices in turn. Actually, I’d prefer to … Continue reading → The post Seven books: Lichtenberg appeared first on Logic [More]

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