• jamalrob
    2k
    Every month we choose a philosophical paper or short work to examine in depth. The following is a short-list based on members' suggestions.
    1. What do you want to read in November? (19 votes)
        "The Sad and Sorry History of Consciousness" by P.M.S. Hacker (criticizes consciousness studies)
        16%
        "Concepts and Objects" by Ray Brassier (On Realism and Conceptuality)
        16%
        "Embodiment or Envatment?" By Diego Cosmelli and Evan Thompson (brains in vats)
          5%
        "Meno" by Plato (what is virtue?)
        21%
        "On What There Is" by Willard Van Orman Quine
          5%
        "Reality without reference" by Donald Davidson (reference is not real)
        32%
        "The Element of Voluminousness: Depth and Place Re-examined" by Ed Casey (phenomenology of depth)
          5%
  • discoii
    196
    P.M.S. Hacker just reminds me of this:

    (one of the main characters is PM Hacker :P)
  • jamalrob
    2k
    All right, it looks like it's Davidson for this month. Anyone got a nice version and I'll start a new thread?
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