Sunday, August 13, 2006

Siris: from seira, meaning 'chain'

Friday, August 12, 2005 Links and Notes * Theology of the Living Dead at "JimmyAkin.Org". Is it immoral to kill zombies? Well, like most things, it depends: How human are they?* Two excellent discussions of Anselm's real theory of atonement:(1) In a Paper: Feudal Imagery or Christian Tradition (PDF) by Nicholas Cohen;(2) On a Weblog: A Semi-Anselmian Reply to Forde at "verbum ipsum"* A discussion of whether infinite regresses are vicious at "Mormon Metaphysics"* The Temple Mount blogburst for Tisha B'Av is up at "Kesher Talk"; there are lots of great entries.* The Mysterious Fate of the Great Library of Alexandria at Bede's Library (HT: Maverick Philosopher)* Daniel at "The Lyceum" has an interesting post arguing that it's a mistake to teach that there is a particular slippery slope fallacy. Eugene Volokh's Beyond the Slippery Slope, * Shulamite takes us From The Principle of Contradiction to God at "Vomit the Lukewarm". intelligent design , Dembski , * Hugo has put up a fascinating interview with Munévar on Feyerabend. Worth reading. posted by Brandon 9:56 PM 3 links in the chain

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