Well, have you read any Foucault or postmodern, poststructuralist philosophy. I venture to say that my article is blunter and far easier to understand than those primary sources.

But indeed, it's harder to read than the drivel (listicles, conversational autobiographies, etc.) that's often most popular on Medium or similar platforms. That's how it goes, isn't it? There's only so much a writer can sell-out and dumb-down his ideas before he starts to wonder why he's bothering to write.

As dense as you think this article might be, it's already only a small part of the worldview I've developed in my writings. You can look over the titles of the articles I've put out on Medium and on my blog since 2011, all of which are meant to hang together (link below).

I have written summary articles. Through the link below you can scroll down to my older writings and find the section called "Summaries." I have a couple newer ones coming out soon that summarize a lot of my other articles. These are called, "The Existential Clash Between Childhood and Adulthood," and "Transhuman Epistemology: Knowledge in the Greater Scheme."

I write different kinds of articles. Some are much longer and more detailed than others. Some are more conversational than others. In any case, I take your point. It's a good idea to think of ways of pulling together and clarifying the narrower writings.


Knowledge condemns. Art redeems. I learned that as an artistic writer who did a doctorate in philosophy. We should try to see the dark comedy in all things.

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