Spring break readings

It’s my favorite week of the spring semester. I get to stay home, ignore emails, and spend time with my family. I can also devour as many books and scholarly papers as I want. Among many other things, I am reading the following works during my spring break:

  1. La tregua” by Mario Benedetti (a beautiful novella by one of my favorite late Latin American authors).
  2. On inequality” by Harry G. Frankfurt. (Professor Frankfurt is one of my favorite contemporary philosophers. In fact, I have already read three of his short books, including “The reasons of love”, “On truth”, and “On bullshit”, so I am looking forward to reading his latest tome as well.)
  3. Frank Ramsey: a sheer excess of powers” by Cheryl Misak. (I just finished this intellectual biography and will be writing a review shortly.)
  4. Acknowledgements as a window into legal academia” by Price & Tietz (an “empirical study” of acknowledgment footnotes in law review articles).
  5. The ethical algorithm” by Roth & Kearns (waiting for my copy to arrive).
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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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