I stumbled across the London Philosophy Fixtures List from Tim Crane’s IP Blog. What an intersting idea; have a central list of all activities within a discipline in one central location. This is exactly what Google tries to automate, yet it still seems to take people to point out some of the information that may not [...]
My Twitter Tools no longer seem to be working. Reported it on the WordPress Support Forum.
I just ordered two books for a new class I am taking next week, Kant’s Critique of Judgment. The two books are:
Critique of Judgment (Hackett Publishing)
Kant’s Theory of Taste: A Reading of the Critique of Aesthetic Judgment (Modern European Philosophy)
I saw these two books at Barnes [...]
This is a test of Twitter Tools made into a blog post.
Do I smell Kant, especially regarding his Third Critique (the Critique of Judgment)? While some trace the roots of Continental Philosophy back to this part of Kant’s work, many who have studied it agree it makes for a difficult read. I will let you know next week, when I begin studying it.
I really respond to light backgrounds with simple repeating patterns, and as such it came as a shock to my friends and colleagues to see the dark colors of the Royale Theme I chose to use on my new WordPress-driven blog. While I did slightly adapt it since the black background image in it was [...]
I feel strangely free using WP now!
Now have a working WordPress blog. I have some work to still do on the template, but at least I was finally able to import my previous posts
I have now been able to move all my posts from my old MoveableType blog to this new WordPress one. Of course, I noticed there are still a number of issues (the monthly pages do not load, there are some missing images, etc.), but I didn’t think this would be a piece of cake!