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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Alter Ego

The other Jonathan Mayhew is a Dublin artist. You can see a work based on Wittgenstein's aphorism, "The limits of your language are the limits of your world." We share the same name and a taste for Wittgenstein, among other things. He is my facebook friend and he recently asked me about Lorca so I could tell him to google himself and Lorca.

Of course, there is also this one. Most of my google scholar alerts lead back to him.

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