I am currently traveling the world, interviewing intellectuals from across the globe about big ideas.
Because I don’t have classes to teach, papers to grade, or academic bureaucracy to deal with, I get to spend a lot of time researching, writing articles, producing videos, books, and podcasts – all with the goal of creating the most accurate worldview.
I am not forced to specialize, which means my work covers a wide range of topics, including logic and epistemology, metaphysics, political theory and economics, mathematics, the philosophy of mind, religion, and social commentary and criticism.
In my own research, I have discovered a remarkably consistent truth: orthodox opinions are almost always wrong. The “mainstream consensus” on any given topic – whether about political theory or quantum physics – frequently makes foundational errors. Thus, my worldview looks radical when compared to the mainstream.
While working outside of academia gives me a great deal of freedom, it doesn’t come with a salary. My work is supported by voluntary contributions from people who see its value. If you’d like to support, you can contribute here.