The End of Certainty

A feature that attracts attention when one reads almost any text of traditional philosophy -say, until before the TWENTIETH century – is the centrality of the pursuit of a certain knowledge, or indeed the conflaciĆ³n of the idea of knowledge

On the dating of texts

The normal practice when you make direct quotes, is the reference page of the edition one is using. And has been for a good time. In reality, this is not a system very suitable. First in relation to the texts

Haydn and his quartets

I’ve had pretty much abandoned this poor blog this past month-but between work, thesis, preparation of presentation for the Congress of the WINGS, and in general the life (and the fact that my poor notebook has been stolen from my

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