Let’s try that again… at a distance.

All the way back in 1994, barely two months into my Honours year in Philosophy at Monash, I had to withdraw due to illness. My teachers and tutors had, they told me, been concerned as they watched me descend into exhaustion, and were relieved I was willing to take a break and care for my … Continue reading Let’s try that again… at a distance.

Review: The Athenian Murders by Jose Carlos Somoza

The Athenian Murders by José Carlos SomozaMy rating: 1 of 5 stars An interesting idea which the author, unfortunately, simply does not pull off. The internal logic is flawed, as is the logic of his (straw man) detective character. The author's presentation of philosophy and logic, as well as Plato's theory of the forms (which … Continue reading Review: The Athenian Murders by Jose Carlos Somoza