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I am a postdoc in philosophy.

I contribute to a blog for philosophers who use LaTeX. If you fall in to that niche, check it out: PhilTeX. (The blog will be of use to all kind of humanities scholars using LaTeX, I imagine, but it was started by, and is run by philosophers...) The blog is currently defunct, but may be resurrected soon.

I made this beamer colour change package that slowly changes the colour of structure elements of beamer presentations. Feedback welcome. I also made this moreenum package which adds new enumeration options. The TeX goodies page of my website includes some other bits and bobs I've done.


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accepted Sam Weller in The Pickwick Papers: What accent is Dickens portraying?
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comment What does “What are you up to?” mean?
@BenLee The rules of grammar Yoda does not adhere to.
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comment Is the word “epic” being used correctly these days?
This question is AWESOME. I am in awe of it.
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comment Is there a correct gender-neutral, singular pronoun (“his” versus “her” versus “their”)?
@tchrist What is "it" if not a gender neutral pronoun? What does agency have to do with a grammatical fact about whether a pronoun discloses a gender? I'm not suggesting "it" as an answer here. I'm merely pointing out that what the OP wants might not be best described as a "gender neutral pronoun". It was pedantic, and possibly misguided, but what you said doesn't speak to the point I was making.