In which we learn how to talk about the titular book without having read it.
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Robert Paxton provides strategies for identifying and analyzing fascist movements, and describes the process by which fascism comes to power in a country.
Zhu Xi lays out a process for effectively studying virtue.
An extended response to Sprevak’s arguments ad absurdem in “Extended Cognition and Functionalism.”
In the course of arguing against functionalism, Mark Sprevak critiques both the Extended-Mind Thesis and some of its other critics.
Harry Frankfurt asks, “What is bullshit, anyway?” Also, “What is truth?” but we all know that book proposal wouldn’t have flown except as a companion to the first one.
Lynne Rudder Baker asks under what circumstances (if any) external objects can be considered part of us in the same manner as an arm or brain.
Eugene Thacker gives pessimism the aphorism treatment in a series of disconnected meditations and musings.