Talk:F. Roger Devlin

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upset fan[edit]

I'm not logged in as this is only a talk page... I think its sad that this kind of thing passes under the name of rationalism. Devlin is the author of an extremely scholarly book on Hegel; I have not read his work on sexuality, but have little doubt it is equally well argued and soundly researched. Reason cuts both ways: things are not irrational simply because they conflict with the far left undergraduate viewpoints you have not yet emancipated yourself from. And be careful lest you are sued for libel by some of these people. That is all I have to say. — Unsigned, by: / talk / contribs

There is no evidence of said notability. He used to have a Wikipedia article but it was deleted. I've added Devlin's one non-self-published philosophical work I can find, which isn't about Hegel edit: Kojeve is about Hegel I guess - David Gerard (talk) 12:08, 1 February 2016 (UTC)