Monday, September 18, 2006

My New Site

Finally I've moved out of Blogger to a new site. To go to my New Blog and to get RSS feeds of it please mail me

My email: thesumesh[AT]y.c (Y=yahoo, C=com)

There won't be much activity in the blog you are watching now, so visit my new blog to see me. Thanks.

Friday, September 15, 2006

Some papers from Synthese (free till October 31,2006)

Synthese is offering free access to some of its latest issues. As per one intimation from the publishers, "these issues are completely free to download and
print until 31 October".

1) Volume 151, Number 3, August 2006
New Perspectives on Reduction and Emergence in Physics,
Biology and Psychology is here

2)Volume 150, Number 3
The Logic of Time and Modality is here

3) Volume 149, Number 3
Metaphysics in Science is here
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#This is for informational(non-commercial) purposes only.

Friday, August 04, 2006

phishing n pharming

Friday, July 28, 2006

Karnatic Music, Malayalam literary works etc,.

A fellow blogger is
  • here
  • . you can download some of his renditions from the site. A nice piece of Subhapanthuvarali Raga and a few poems and essays in Malayalam are here.

    Friday, July 21, 2006

    The BLOODY nonsense of the 'resilience' of Mumbaikars

    A fellow blogger says about the media stories of Mumbai blasts and the need for 'the struggle against forgetting', in this great blog.
    Click here to read Venkity (filmmaker/theorist.

    ===Here he goes... "After all the gory images and the chaos that reigned everywhere was a sudden shift to praises about the 'resilience' of Mumbaites; their ability to get back to 'normalcy', with the trains back on rails with the usual crowds and congestion, and the commuters crowding them is as if nothing has ever happened. It seemed we were celebrating our ability to forget.

    If one looks beyond 'resilience', one is outraged and shocked by the ability of a society to attain 'normalcy' so soon, which in other words, is only an indicator of our insensitiveness. It is inhuman to be normal so soon after such a tragedy."
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    .........
    ... "our society does not seem to have the time or patience for public mourning, to create social occasions of remembering the dead and raise human/e memorials for them – emotional as well as real. We only wait for another tragedy to occur to wake us up to yet another celebration of resilience."

    Friday, July 14, 2006

    The Best Higher Ed Joke

    At the very least, one of the best acad jokes.

    Friday, July 07, 2006

    An old presentation

    This blog is moving to a new site shortly. New philosophical topics will be posted on that site only.

    One of my old presentation(ppt) is here. To view that click here Internal Representations