So says Timothy Williamson, the Wykeham Chair of Logic at Oxford.
Williamson is, of course, mostly interested in the rigors of analytic philosophy (devoted to formal logic, definitions, analysis of language, and the like) … which I tend to think is as boring to read as stereo instructions. But, then, my years of blogging have rendered my attention span notoriously low, I suppose …
More on whether Williamson is right or wrong in “Is Philosophy Literature?" at The Stone blog.