Author Archives: F. E. Guerra-Pujol

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

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

Taxonomy of unions, intersections, and complements

Answers are below the fold:

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True or false?

Or just clickbait? “Half of the pandemic’s unemployment money may have been stolen.” That is the title of this recent report by Felix Salmon for Axios, but the only evidence in support of this increduble claim is a statement by … Continue reading

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Facebook just censored me

You cannot make this shit up! I found the following message waiting for me in surprise (see screenshot below) when I recently re-activated my Facebook page in order to get into my Expedia account: So, Facebook’s algorithms are censoring legal … Continue reading

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Tyler Cowen commits the genetic fallacy

One week ago, Tyler Cowen, the prolific co-author of the popular “Marginal Revolution” blog, published this odd post on “The IRS tax data leak.” Instead of engaging the merits of these damning allegations — the fact that many of the … Continue reading

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Yesterdayland?

On this day (June 14) in 1959, the Disneyland Monorail System, the first daily operating monorail system in the Western Hemisphere, opened to the public in Anaheim, California. Via Wikipedia, here are some facts and figures about Disneyland’s original monorail … Continue reading

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Loved it!

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Originally posted on prior probability:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMNtiSvQWyg

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Probabilistic Truth

Alternative Title: Review of Robert Sanger, “Gettier in a Court of Law” (Concluding Post) Alternative Title #2: The Irrelevance of Gettier Problems (with Apologies to Linda Zagzebski) I want to conclude my review of Sanger’s Gettier paper with the following … Continue reading

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Friday funnies: death, taxes, and emails

I am interrupting my series on Sanger’s Gettier paper to share this New Yorker cartoon. Benjamin Franklin, among others, is reported to have said, “… in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Shall … Continue reading

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Postscript: the problem of photographic evidence

Alternative Title: Review of Robert Sanger, “Gettier in a Court of Law” (Part 4) If you go back to my previous posts in this series (see here and here, for example), you will notice that they all involve photographic evidence … Continue reading

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