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Posts from September 2015

Rad Geek, to-day:

David Wiggins (1968), “On Being in the Same Place at the Same Time,” vs. Kit Fine (2000), “A Counter-Example to Locke’s Thesis.” Fight!

Rad Geek, to-day:

To-day: Helmut Walser Smith, The Butcher’s Tale: Murder and Anti-Semitism in a German Town. Ch. 4, “Accusations” and Ch. 5, “Performing Ritual Murder.”

Rad Geek, to-day:

To-day: rsync and PHP; Ira Berlin, MANY THOUSANDS GONE, Part III, “Slave and Free: The Revolutionary Generation”; and an inaugural meet-up for Auburn University Greek & Latin Club.

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