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Blogosophical Investigations
 
Thursday, June 13, 2002  

This is adapted from some posts that I've made today to the Libertarian Alliance Forum:

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Forwarded from Premise Checker on the Upstream mailing list:

Steyn on Atta's loan application

"His one great insight into Western culture was his
assumption that he could get a government grant to take out the Pentagon."

Blackly hilarious.


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This is _not_ from The Onion.

Mohammed Atta and his federal loan officer
No matter how dumb he was, officialdom was always dumber
Mark Steyn
National Post

Monday, June 10, 2002

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Keith Windschuttle has been ploughing the anti-Grapes of Wrath furrow for some
time. Just found this on his site The Sydney Line ("Since the 1920s, Sydney
has generated a way of thinking that amounts to a distinctive intellectual
tradition"... ) from 1999.


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The Cultural Cold War


Keith Windschuttle

Quadrant, November 1999



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Stove pays tribute to his colleagues

I'm enjoying The Sydney Line. It has links on the philosopher David Stove, which have led me to this:

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Helps to Young Authors

Neutralizing success words, after the manner of the best authorities
(From David Stove, Popper and After, chapter 1)




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