Hermead Epic of Philosophers

The Hermead is an epic poem about the lives and ideas of philosophers and scientists. Currently the Hermead is 895,338 words in 124,956 lines of blank verse covering the lives of 26 Greek philosophers, presenting their biographies in epic narrative verse that explores how they developed their ideas that form the foundation of western civilization.

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New: Letters To Dead Masters, Around The Grain, etc

New on Youblisher, bold-formatted for easy reading: the epistolary novel Letters To Dead Masters and philosophy tome Around the Grain.

New on Open Library: Early Books: Expanded Editions, with prefaces, critical commentary from Jeffrey Side, Steve Halle, and more.

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Notes Towards Internet Theory

This collection of notes addresses, with theoretical apparatuses drawn from both literary theory and philosophy, the possibility of I.T. (Internet Theory) applied to textuality on the Net as of 2014:


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On Kant and the Subject

A collection of notes dealing with Kant’s approach to the Subject and raw subjectivity in his “Critique of Pure Reason”:



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P.S. Paintings in the pdf by Pablo Picasso