Tomorrow I head off on a flying visit to Oxford for a Workshop on Verbal Disputes and their Philosophical Significance. I’m looking forward to catching up with old friends and making new ones. The lineup for the workshop is fantastic, so it looks like it’ll be a great time. If you’re in the area, please do come along and say “hi”. If you can’t come, I’ve posted the slides and handout for my talk here.
I’m away from Melbourne from late May 18, and I return on May 24. Six nights away, two nights in planes and four in the UK. It’s a ridiculously short trip, given that I’m flying halfway across the world. But I teach classes on Mondays and I don’t want to cancel any of those so near to the end of the semester, so this time it will be a very quick trip.
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