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Moti Mizrahi

Hi Matt, thanks for posting this.

Marcus Arvan

Glad to see your article getting some attention, Moti!

Moti Mizrahi

Thanks, Marcus! Your website looks great, btw. (Comments on that post are closed.)

Marcus Arvan

Thanks for the kind words, Moti - and thanks for pointing out the comment issue! Fixed now.

elisa freschi

Thanks for mentioning it! It is nice to see how blogs can become a new agorà (which is also relevant regarding the topic of philosophers' use of new media).
(Moreover, I did not know John Danaher's blog and really like it!)

Matt DeStefano

No problem, Elisa! I'm always happy to see philosophers using new media, and I think that John Danaher's blog is fantastic example of doing it well.

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