As a philosopher and the founder of planksip®, I specialize in syndicating content related to Philosophy, Science, Politics and Economic Theory. Obviously, these are four big categories! Claims of expertise for a single category, let alone all four, should be viewed with extreme skepticism. I do not claim expertise, however, I am extremely well-read, giving both of us, and potential readership, a solid foundation for meaningful conversation.
As the owner of a content creation publishing agency (planksip®), I provide every one of my clients a list of book titles from which I have in my personal library. Check out my personal reading list - a curious curation. This carefully curated list tells a story of where my academic interests lay and it continues to grow as the pursuit for knowledge is only satiated through life-long learning.
My personal philosophical perspectives clearly have me playing for the Ancient Greek Hegemony, academically this provides minimal resistance with other epistemological claims from other thought leaders. Conversations concerning Capitalism, wealth inequality and hierarchical necessity place me on the pragmatic sideline of revolution and societal upheaval. Nothing controversial except controversy itself!
What does this mean for you? If you are looking for content creation, let me Give you some of the highlights...
1. Quaternion Correlations - Quarterly
Quaternion Correlations, is a quarterly publication of thinkers and authorship. The nuance and style of the pros contained throughout this collection is romantic of yester-year's experience. Projecting our thoughts towards the future, this is the gift of the present; Logos. This publication is rich in reference and academic nuggets, so, if you are unsure of a term, I encourage you to look it up and explore the material for your own edification. This process of self-directed learning, if directed to the Newtonian Giants of our past, will, I promise, change you! The rise of the Technocrat, as we shall soon realize, is upon us. Will the next steps be full of fear or optimistically cautious? Is there a difference? How will your ego survive? As a species, how will our psychology change over time? The delta of the delta is accelerating towards an entropic mean. Regression, in this case, is deterministic in nature. Will the "West" remain the Hellenic hegemony we have come to love and cherish or will the sensibilities of the plurality eradicate our foundations of thought? Games of chances are random but probabilistic like the astragali. Randomness rules the world with the 80-20 rule representing four bone-dice (astragali). A Venus throw is the opposite of a Yahtzee, does this matter? Kinda. Pre-dating the pre-Socratic, mathematics was the harmony of Pythagoras. Now mathematics and philosophy represent the closest modes of thought we have of the material world. From the land of the Vergina Sun to the fiction at 221B Baker Street, narratives can manifest as pseudo-realities in a material world. Just as archetypes of Madonna is both Christian and Pop, we are a species of living contradiction, from which Art emerges ephemeral.
2. The Daily Meme - Daily
The Daily Meme, is a email distribution and repository for planksip® Journalists and fellow creators. Helpful hints and topic suggestions as well as the odd opportunity for a writing gig makes The Daily Meme a community worth joining. Featuring memes, anecdotes and other philosophical ponderings, planksip® continues to invest in providing communities with the tools and techniques to make publishing content faster, more accurate and socially connected for the long haul.
3. Figures of Speech - A Collection
Figures of Speech is a collection of over 1,500 quotes (and growing) from famous figures of our past. Giants from the past worthy of our remembrance. Co-authorship is recognized on each speech act (blog post). As these tidbits of romantic tendencies arise, ent-sprechen emerges and the reflection subsides, ephemeral yet less so as we culturally transmit the Logos of learning and all that we value. O sepi to poli is courtesy of Aristotle.
Freely available for anyone to peruse, the time investment is bit-sized with cheeky humour and pastiche-like memes add a certain dimensionality to the quote
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. 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.
11. 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.
12. 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.
13. BD Consulting - President and CEO
Imagine a world where technology actually worked for you and work-life was a contradiction in all certain terms. There is always a better way, a more productive way, a way where the people, your most valuable asset BTW, will outperform and exceed benchmark expectations. Project Start Today is an ongoing initiative designed to challenge the way workplaces engage. Efficiencies are realized in time chunks and not passed onto shareholders. If the message is voluntarily amplified the is no need to adapt. Your loudest voices and media advocates are all around you. Physically!
Beyond the YouTube recordings, Podcasts and philosopher Cafés, I still have time for your project. The best way to discuss your content publishing strategy is to have a conversation. :)
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