Should we always do subjectively once we worked out what we ought to do objectively?

This Monday I’ve visited a one-day conference at the University of Cambridge on Non Categorical Thought and I’ve found it fantastic, both the people and the content and the quality of the discussion. You can read abstracts here. There was one change in the programme, the first talk was given by Arif Ahmed instead of […]

Philosophy with gaps, including holes and spaces; intro

You are at King’s Cross and you are in a rush to reach the 18:45 train taking you to Cambridge from Platform 1. You hear the speaker saying the following after the particular announcement of your train: Mind the gap between the train and the platform. Anonymous voice For the next couple minutes this is […]