Tuesday, June 25, 2013
If one Googles one's own name -- or anything connected with one's name -- one may obtain personalised results (therefore use another computer). Today, for the first time, I Googled all of my recent papers -- three theological, three philosophical. Selecting two key words (not my name), four of them appeared in Google's top twenty. Selecting three key words, four of them appeared at no. 1. These are strong results -- better than prescribed seminary papers would do. Top of the pops are Revisiting Aristotle's Noun (philosophy), then Reconciling the Personal and Social Dimensions of the Gospel (theology), then New Whorfian Hypotheses (philosophy -- shown). OBSERVATION: Actually, the "philosophy" papers are largely linguistics, with corollaries.