2016 will be the most exciting year of my career. I can’t wait to start. A ton of things are happening, and a bunch of new content will be released, including my:
I am writing my first book on philosophy, and I’ve never been more excited to write anything in my life. It’s called Square One: The Foundations of Knowledge, and it is a short book on epistemology.
It deals with questions like, “Can we know anything with certainty?”, “What is the nature of Logic?”, and “Do paradoxes exist?”
Foundational ideas are the most important – yet most neglected – ideas in our entire worldview, and it’s exclusively what my book focuses on.
I have started producing a podcast that focuses on big ideas – in philosophy, religion, political theory, social commentary, and more. It’s called Patterson in Pursuit, and I am talking with people from all across the globe. It’s not going to waste your time with irrelevant nonsense or fluff. Life is too short for small talk.
So, starting soon, you will be able to join me twice a month in the pursuit of truth.
My website will also be getting a complete overhaul. All of the content I’ve created will be easily navigable, with some cool features integrating my podcast and youtube videos. It’s long overdue.
I have a ton of new articles and videos coming out on some critically important topics. I’ll be writing about logic, mathematics, infinity, abortion, the existence of God, politics, Ayn Rand, concepts, circumcision, quantum physics, economics, metaphysics, universals, the existence of souls, consciousness, language, academia, the resolutions to several more paradoxes, in addition to a myriad of other topics.
New Way to Support (for $1)
All of my work is provided free to the world. These ideas are too important to charge people to read them. And they are too important to relegate to the world of academia.
I love my job, but working outside of the academic establishment does not yet pay well. Fortunately, there is a way to pay some bills with philosophy: crowdsourcing patronage.
The internet makes it possible to get around academia and directly support the content creators we value, and that’s why I’ve set up a Patreon page.
Here’s how it works: Patreon acts like a virtual tip jar. Whenever I produce a new article, video, or podcast, Patreon will gather $1 tips from everybody who supports my work. Then, once a month, they automatically charge your credit card, based on the amount of content I’ve created.
It’s like passing around a hat after playing a piece of music.
Plus, you can set a monthly maximum, so you don’t have to worry about being charged more than you’re comfortable.
So if you value the work I’m doing, and you think these articles deserve a $1 tip, then please head over to my Patreon page and become a patron. Plus, you will receive a free copy of my Bitcoin book, and you will receive a free version of any book I write while you are a patron.
Happy 2016, and thank you all for your support!