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What follows is the postscript from an essay by Sylvia Jane Wojcik. (She specifically asked to publish it and use her name. However, I am not advocating or endorsing any particular position she takes here.) I have also included her full essay “What’s It All About” below.
Here is my response to the question, “what are the hardest classes you ever took or taught?”
(This essay first appeared at 3 Quarks Daily. Reprinted with permission.) by CHARLIE HUENEMANN The “Consequence Argument” is a powerful argument for the conclusion that, if determinism is true, then we have no control over what we do or will do. The argument is straightforward and simple
Cross-sectional model of a coronavirus In “How testing failures allowed coronavirus to sweep the U.S” Joanne Kenen of Politico describes how, according to experts, the Trump administration’s decision to reject a World Health Organization coronavirus test that was available in February has had deadly consequences.