Illustrations of Reality, Version One
A very short, illustrated summary of my book, A Relatively Detailed Outline of a Carefully Constructed, Overarching Worldview at One Moment in Its Evolution.
An Annotated Diagram of Reality, Version One
A large-scale philosophical work accompanied by illustrations.
We Must Listen to Others
A personal essay that details debilitatingly extreme philosophical skepticism that I endured from late high school through early college. This work is an autobiographical essay more than a piece of philosophy.
Assuming Qualification Gaps Upon Disagreement
An article that presents support for a fairly obvious claim that no one is less qualified to recommend their own belief just because another finds themselves qualified to recommend an opposing belief. I find this support necessary to offer, however, to help bolster what I--and I assume others--find tempting to believe: that those disagreeing with us are necessarily less qualified to recommend their own beliefs.
Reality As an Experiential Whole Only Containing Experiential Features
A paper that presents a picture of reality showing it to be "an experiential whole only containing experiential features", i.e., a singular whole that is non-physical conscious experience and that lacks any disparate parts.
A Relatively Detailed Outline of a Carefully Constructed, Overarching Worldview at One Moment in Its Evolution
A book that presents the current state of my philosophical worldview in relatively digestible outline format. This worldview has taken years to develop, both through concentrated effort and spontaneous inspiration. However, this worldview will only continue to evolve over time. As such, since I initially released A Relatively Detailed Outline of a Carefully Constructed, Overarching Worldview at One Moment in Its Evolution, I have committed to editing and revising the work as necessary, so that it continues to reflect my current worldview.