Seeking your linguistic intuitions!

Are you a fluent speaker in a language other than English? If so, may I ask for your intuitions on a linguistic matter, please?

In English, if someone says, ‘I injured a leg’, we would take them to mean that they had injured one of their own legs. Similarly, if they say they injured a […]

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Young Greek philosophers

The carved busts of Socrates, Antisthenes, Chrysippus, and Epicurus.

Greece is going through difficult times, but I try to remain optimistic. And one thing that makes me optimistic is meeting Greek students.

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting a 17-year-old high school student and helping to prepare her for the second phase of Greece’s 5th National Student Philosophy Competition. Only twenty […]

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