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Jon Cogburn

But you too are making order and clarity out of the garbage. No? This is different from merely collecting it and putting it in a landfill or taking to that hellish place near the end of Toy Story III.

I never thought about Carnap and the comic before. There was actually an article on one of the big web sites yesterday about Jorge Luis Borges as an underappreciated comic writer, and your comments made me go try to find it (I think there are clear connections between Borges and the history of analytic philosophy, including limitation results, which Carnap was the first major philosopher to try to take account of in the reflections on Goedel in The Logical Syntax of Language). But unfortunately, there are comic strips of Borges' works and as a result I can't find the article on google. In the hands of a better writer than me (Borges, Carnap) the way the two senses of the comic are so completely frustrating me right now would be subtly enunciated to comic effect.

David Duffy

So not Crossan Raid on the Articulate: Comic Eschatology in Jesus and Borges

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