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Book #1: p.(x) = Big Data Determinism: In "sinew" 8-ing a Möbius ex nihilo

The p.(x) is a book of original philosophical thought; literary ontology merged with philosophy. Historical vectors of metaphysical structure are examined throughout with a chronology that begins with the prehistory of humanity and covers a variety of themes including free will, big data determinism, artificial intelligence, ethics, and more. Not without rhetoric, the classical influence of ancient Greece is emphasized with updated perspectives advocating for the inclusion of ecological collapse, global burning, and animal rights. Intellectually poetic, the writing celebrates the love of Sofia and and the collective corpus that we call consciousness.

p.(x) = Big Data Determinism (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Book #2: Will Freeman

Is a literary fiction that acts as the companion to the P.(x) philosophy book. It's about an Artificial Intelligence. Will we discover our own humanity or die trying? A softer look at the potential benefits of technology in our future and beyond.

Will Freeman (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Book #3: Hell in a Half-Way House

Hell in a Half Way House is a darker look at life, the habitual natures that define us and the friendships that confine us. Letting go, moving on and reinventing your future is a pastime worth pursuing if only the addictions that surround us would relent.  

Hell in a Half Way House (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Book #4: The Free Will Debate

As the title suggests is about Free Will, major discussion points with an added twist of unifying perspectives for commonality and highlighting redundancy in the Socratic reductio ad absurdum propositions. This book is condensed and included as Chapter 3 in p.(x) = Big Data Determinism.

The Free Will Debate (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Book #5: Thinking in 50ms Increments

Otherwise known as Thinking in 50 Millisecond Increments. Included in the master philosophical title, p.(x) = Big Data Determinism.or stand alone.

Thinking in 50ms Increments (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Book #6: Defining the Euclidean Point

Defining the Euclidean Point and the QFT Horizon Principle (2016) Included in the master philosophical title, p.(x) = Big Data Determinism.or stand alone PDF download.

Defining the Euclidean Point (2016) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Book #7: Friends Among Us - A Pedadoggy…

A part ode to our four-legged brethren, part philosophical expansion on friendship. Included in the master philosophical title, p.(x) = Big Data Determinism.or stand alone.

Friends Among Us (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Book #8: No More Conquistadors - The Movement Towards the Femalist…

Moving towards a more female-centric society may not be a bad idea. In, No More Conquistadors - The Movement Towards the Femalist, author Daniel Sanderson uses a mirrored version of his ‘nom de plume’ and female-centric optimism to paint a very different picture of the possible. Included in the master philosophical title, p.(x) = Big Data Determinism.or stand alone.

No More Conquistadors - The Movement Towards the Femalist (2020) 

Book #9: The Quote Book

Walter Benjamin dreamt of writing a book made up entirely of quotes. He wouldn’t have this in mind but in typical Big Data fashion we offer this book for free on the planksip.org website. We started by analyzing internet searches contained in 'People also search for' criteria, using the planksip®  planksip P.A.S.F. filter. The results from this search and their corresponding quotes provide the content for the FREE.

The Quote Book (2016) by Philosopher Daniel Sanderson

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