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I received the following question from Jerry Reedy at Macalester College:
Have you ever heard the song "Should old Aquinas be forgot in the days of Wittgenstein? I heard Anthony Kenny sing a few lines at Oxford, but I didn't write the words down. I'd love to find it. The fourth line is "Willard Van Orman Quine".
A Google search turns up a few references but few lyrics. The closest thing, turned up by Google Book Search, is a reference by Alvin Plantinga in The Nature of Necessity, giving one more line: "Hesperus and Phosphorus are entities distinct".
Anyone know more?
November 01, 2006 in Frivolity | Permalink
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