10.11.2004 kl. 23:04
My more perceptive readers may have noticed that I have changed the layout of the site. Yes, a spurt of radicalism after many a dreary month of monotony. I find it "Pretty Good" in Safari, but I can't tell how Internet Explorer (that anachronism of internet technology!) renders it.

In other news, Vilborg has returned to 'the land of the ice and snow, with the midnight sun where the hot springs flow', while I linger on, studying J.L. Austin's critique of sense-data theories in epistemology. It's fairly interesting stuff. Austin most definitely had a sense of humour, though. His book is called "Sense and Sensibilia". Just think about it. We have these two books:

J. L. Austin: "Sense and Sensibilia"

and then we have:

Jane Austen: "Sense and Sensibility"

Those of you familiar with Black Adder The Third will recognize Jane Austen as the pseudonym for the great, big, roaring, bearded Yorkshireman.

I shall soon have to turn in a monstrous 12-page essay on "Propaganda and Manipulation", which is a fascinating topic.

As the end of my Bachelor of Arts program looms on the horizon, I have been giving some thought to what the future holds. I think I'll either move abroad and finish a PhD in Philosophy, or undertake another Bachelor degree.