[CT Birds] true sign of spring?
rodolfo at usa.net
Tue Feb 25 10:08:14 EST 2014
Whatever you say on this topic will be forever tinged. Is there a Tinged Warbler?
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> On Feb 25, 2014, at 9:57 AM, Arthur Shippee <ashippee at snet.net> wrote:
> Being about to teach a philosophy course, I think we ought define our terms. Spring is here, is a much different claim than Spring is nigh. Seasons are, it seems, but conventions of ours to organize our experiences, and we certainly see that each part of a season is transitional. So, a spring-hinting winter may be indistinguishable from a winter-tinged spring.
> So, I think Jonah's question is about a group of transitional events towards blooming and breeding (and related warmer weather), true? Then, let's talk about how we apprehend and understand the various signs: the first Cardinal chirps carry a different message to us than Jonah's Palm Warbler. I like this topic.
> What signs carry what messages to you?
> Off to Hume on the design argument. Ta!
>> On Feb 25, 2014, at 9:26 AM, Jonah Cohen <jonahc at cox.net> wrote:
>> So, a few sightings on the list have been accompanied by the statement "spring is here" or "spring is nigh" --- which, on this 20 degree morning, strikes me as similar to the characters in a horror movie saying "Don't worry, we're safe now!" :)
>> But that brings me to the question: so, what bird do you think does mark the official arrival of spring?
>> I vote Palm Warbler,
>> Jonah Cohen
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