Quick hits while feeling happy that iTunes has finally added album rating.
- Harry Brighouse on nightclub bouncers and philosophy admissions committees.
- Robbie Williams on sleeping around Dutch bookies.
- David Chalmers on expressivism and representationalism.
- In the middle of a post on Larry Craig, Mark Schmidt interestingly says “[I]n my world, if something’s none of my business, it’s o.k. for you to lie about it, in order to protect your privacy.” That would allow a much broader sphere of permissible lying than many philosophers would (I think) allow. Still, it sounds like a pretty plausible principle to me. Maybe this is widely accepted in the lying literature, and I’m just revealing my ignorance here.