Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Awesomeness by Omission

A colleague has just called my attention to the following slice of awesomeness.

From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on "ontological arguments," describing Malcom's famous paper:

"Defence of modal ontological arguments by a famous ordinary philosopher.”

The author seems to have left out the word ‘language’ after 'ordinary', but then again....

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't think it's a mistake at all, actually!

Anonymous said...

That SEP article strikes me as bizarre in its organization. (Parodies before Anselm?)

Anonymous said...

Great ordinary love and sadness