Why we can still talk philosophically about the weather.

Why we can still talk philosophically about the weather.

Originally shared by Kenneth V. Smith

My son Justin has a featured article in today’s online NY Times — a special section on Hurricane Irene. He’s a philosophy professor, so some of the references are a bit obscure. I had never before thought about how the French language has “le temps” to mean both time and weather. That might sound simple, but it leads to some deep questions.

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