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  1. Actually, yes, I think it is clever.

    BTW, I recently got a copy of Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience: Reconsidering the Demarcation Problem and was pleased to see your essay there. I started to read it first but, unfortunately, life has so far intervened to prevent me from finishing.

    • Life should be put on hold to read my pearls of wisdom. It will make your life better…

      • Okay. I set aside eating, drinking, peeing/defecating (on a toilet), sleeping and working. I am now thinner, thirstier, smellier, tireder and poorer but enlightened with the knowledge that, because of the boundaries of my circumstance and capacity, I am much less enlightened than I used to think I was.

        Ain’t philosophy grand?

  2. Excellent. That’ll go well with my copy of _Species_.

  3. Nice! What does the logo (I assume that’s the little spiky thing in the lower right corner of the cover) mean, or from what is it derived?

    • That’s the corporate logo of Palgrave/Macmillan, who are publishing it.

  4. Neil Levy Neil Levy

    Looks great. And yes, you’re clever.

  5. Ian H Spedding Ian H Spedding

    Like the logo!
    Definitely shiny. Maybe, one day, even iconic.

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