Tag Archives: American Philosophical Association

The Age of Aquarius, but with Pelagius

The editors of the Blog of the American Philosophical Association have been kind enough to publish a piece I wrote about “The Age of Pelagius.”

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Translation of Gadamer’s Dialogue about Tennis

Back in the mid-1960s, Gadamer put together a little tribute to the Heidelberg Tennis Club, of which he was a member, and, I believe, some of his family still belong to the club. The original tribute, an homage to Plato’s dialogues, appeared in print in 1965, and now the editors of the Blog of the American Philosophical Association have been kind enough to publish my English translation of the dialogue.

graphic illustration of Gadamer in his study

What Makes Tennis Philosophical?

The American Philosophical Association has been kind enough to provide me a space for some thoughts about philosophy and tennis, based on a recent translation of a dialogue by Hans-Georg Gadamer. The APA’s blog does not require registration.

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