Dr Edmond Wright
Edmond Wright is a philosopher and a poet. This has been unusual in the 20th century, when a philosopher then was encouraged to combine being a logician with his study, and logic is still de rigueur in the syllabus.
Having over twenty-five years refined a philosophy of perception which, espousing qualia, relies on the correction of one social partner by another in an common act of trust, he is now engaged on pursuing the wider consequences of the epistemology it implies, in fields such as social theory, narrative theory, humour, patriotism and religion.
- An introduction to Dr Wright's work
- Some selected articles
- The Complete Horwich Hennets, a complete book of poems by Edmond Wright on his home town of Horwich.
- The Hardy Hennets, a set of poems on some poems of Thomas Hardy.
- The Animal Hennets.
- The Wave Hennets
- The Hiroshige Hennets: The 53 Stations of the Tokaido Road
- The Caspar David Friedrich Hennets
- 'The Case for Qualia', Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 2008, Edited by Edmond Wright
- Narrative, Perception, Language, and Faith, published October 2005.
- Contacting Dr. Wright