Monthly Archives: October 2012

Faith, Howp, Luve

Still on the search for that perfect wedding reading, and out with Scots Lit pals last night.  I’d been adamant about not wanting owt trite at our wedding, such as 1 Corinthians 13 1-13, when Andrew suggested a reading from … Continue reading

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Being Wittgensteinian

When I did my first degree I also worked in a factory for a couple of days of the week.  This meant that I could guarantee spending 2 hours at a stretch sitting at a machine with nothing to occupy … Continue reading

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On the difference between philosophy and dishwater

I’ve been chasing a half-remembered quote of Wittgenstein’s for a while now.  As ever, when  I found the text it was not saying exactly what I thought it was saying, but something even better. Here it is: Wittgenstein wrote to … Continue reading

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Appropriate love

Niall and I decided recently that we want to be married, and I am gradually realising just what this means.  We saw the Minister today, and we have a date for the wedding – eek!  So I’ve started thinking about … Continue reading

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