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Knowledge Has Always Been Networked

Here is a rather scathing review of David Weinberger’s Too Big To Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now that the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room Is the Room. The renaissance of Marshall McLuhan in the era of the Web is disappointing for a number of reasons, not the least of…

Chalmers’ Locke Lectures

Lecture 1: A Scrutable World Handout Slides Draft MS of Constructing the World Lecture 2 (12th May): The Cosmoscope Argument Lecture 3 (19th May): The Case for A Priori Scrutability Lecture 4 (26th May): Revisability and Conceptual Change: Carnap vs. Quine Lecture 5 (2nd June): Hard Cases: Mathematics, Normativity, Ontology, Intentionality Lecture 6 (9th June):…