Monday, January 9, 2012

The Mod Squad: A Group Blog for Modern Philosophy

Inspired by my desire to read more blog posts in history of modern philosophy, I recently started a group blog, "The Mod Squad".  I posted on my facebook page to see if people wanted to participate, and I got a decent number of people expressing interest in possibly becoming contributors.

Anyone who regularly reads my blog would probably be interested in what is/will be going on over there, so I'm letting people know about it now.

Most of the things I will be posting over there are things I would have posted over here anyway.  I am unlikely to double-post, just because built in forking of commenting/discussion threads seems silly, but I am pretty likely to post links in one direction or the other.

1 comment:

Charles Sorensen said...

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