I thought it may be a good idea to have a thread where people post what they are reading at the time - kind of like a Now Playing Thread. There is a sticky thread that's been created for recommendations, but for this one we could just list what we are reading, and if people are interested, maybe have a little something to say about what it is about. Articles, as well as books could go on here. Of course, they should have some relevance to philosophy. Presently, I am rereading Michael Dummett - The Logical Basis of Metaphysics (This is the highly revised text of Michael Dummett's 1976 William James Lectures at Harvard. Dummett here provides a lengthy exposition of many of the ideas he has presented over the years concerning the theory of meaning. He dwells much on the components of a theory of meaning for a natural language, its relation to logic, and on the possibility of justifying basic logical laws. He takes certain fundamental metaphysical questions about realism - eg. about the question which vexed platonists and intuitionists in the philosophy of mathematics: do numbers exist as somehow constructed by (idealized) thinkers or do they objectively exist independent of such thinkers? - to be best approached via considerations having to do with the theory of meaning.) There are a bunch of other things I am currently reading, but for now I will just list this and see if other people like the idea of such a thread.