Daily Archives: February 28, 2018

Dante’s PURGATORY, Canto 8: Nino Visconti

https://pixabay.com/en/sunset-dawn-water-dusk-sun-sky-3178118/ *** NINO VISCONTI *** Nino Visconti Active in worldly affairs No soul corruption *** NOTE: Nino Visconti, who died in 1296, was friends with Dante. Although Nino Visconti was active in worldly affairs, he did not let them corrupt … Continue reading

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NOTES on Ethical Emotivism: Historical Antecedents

A.J. Ayer was much influenced by the logical positivists, who analyzed sentences to determine what logical type they belonged to. We will analyze several sentences to see what the logical positivists were up to: The person reading this page is … Continue reading

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FREE: William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure”: A Retelling in Prose

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