Sunday, August 2, 2009

Practical Rationality And Stuff

A while ago I discussed a paper of mine that concerned issues of practical rationality, and which was relevant to the debate about calorie labels on restaurant menus. I'm going to be sending that paper off to a journal in a week or so. If any of my philosophically minded readers are interested in reading it and corresponding with me, I've got the introduction and a link for full download up on my philosophy blog.

This won't be nearly as fun as Possible Girls, and I had to write it in a much drier style. The middle section is kind of technical. Still, there is some amusing stuff at the beginning about whether impossible actions like murdering the dead can still be wrong (I say yes).

1 comment:

corvus said...

Of course murdering the dead is wrong. Haven't you seen Beetlejuice?