Daily Archives: March 22, 2020

On The Folly Of Private Languages

The gulf between philosophers and the rest of humanity can be seen by the way that communication is a problem for philosophers and a solution for humanity in general.  For the philosopher, the platonic ideal of language must be expressed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dancing With Myself

Dancing With Myself, by Billy Idol This is the sort of memoir that someone who is a big fan of Billy Idol would likely greatly appreciate.  As someone who is somewhat of a fan of his music, not much of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Wham!, George Michael, & Me

Wham!, George Michael, & Me:  A Memoir, by Andrew Ridgeley I must admit that as an American, my familiarity with the music of Wham! really involves their second album, which was by far the most popular in the states.  George … Continue reading

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Book Review: Man On The Run

Man On The Run:  Paul McCartney In The 1970’s, by Tom Doyle This book was a fascinating one in that it discusses a key decade in the life and career of Paul McCartney.  If the author is not quite as … Continue reading

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