Here is a paper I wrote for a class in which the dialog resulting between the instructor and I truly illustrates how not to approach my work. The links in the text go to his comments, and my resulting comments follow these. Basically, this man's approach is marked by a tremendous fear of abstraction, a lack of imagination, and an overly analytical and skeptical approach to philosophy in general, which in my opinion is utterly useless in terms of the advancement of philosophy. If you read this and agree with him, don't bother to read further; you don't have enough imagination to understand my work, and are part of the problem with understanding reality not the solution.

The likely evolutionary path of the human race:

The future of Man


The 21st century needs its own philosophy; here it is: