The Philosopher’s Archive in the Digital Age: David Lewis and His Correspondence (guest post) (Daily Nous)

Daily Nous: The Philosopher’s Archive in the Digital Age: David Lewis and His Correspondence (guest post) . “‘There are both intellectual and practical questions here. On the intellectual side, a major question is how the medium of email affects the communication and discussion of philosophical ideas… On the practical side… how do we approach the job of preserving a philosopher’s emails after her death, assuming there is sufficient scholarly interest in her correspondence?’ These questions are among those raised by Helen Beebee (University of Manchester) and Anthony Fisher (University of Washington) in the following guest post*, in which they describe some of their work organizing and publishing the correspondence of David Lewis….” The asterisk appears to link to the “About” page for the Daily Nous, so it’s not a specific disclaimer.

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