I like to think deeply and widely through an idea; I've started to try to set down some of my thoughts systematically as essays to provide a base for further thoughts. These grew from my making some notes about how I think things fit together, the development of a personal systematic theology and more. Some of my specifically religious essays I've collected separately, in my religious topics directory.
I like to think about thinking, and about feeling, and on related topics; sometimes I write about these:
I was pleased to find the Principia Cybernetica, a project gathering up philosophical information on computers.
I've saved a brilliant post on merton-l by Ermel Stepp on several issues.
I've also made a collection of what might be wisdom from various origins.
What does it say about me that I've find it much easier to write down dislikes than likes? To try to sound more positive, I'll include among the likes things that I noticed as likes because they're the opposite of dislikes that I noticed! On the other hand, quite a lot of things I like have been included in my list of interests on my home page.
Be warned that I hold strong views on things, and am prepared to stand up for what I believe. I can also be rather expressive. Many people find this combination of characteristics distressing. If you don't like it, I'd be inclined to say Go get a life, but I have a suspicion that people like you are pre-programmed and don't stand a chance of getting a life, even if you do technically have free will, so I won't bother.
Here are some lists:
Instructions for this may be found in this. Or maybe not.
Here are some more writings:
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See also my index of thoughts on various subjects.
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