I'm mostly an antiphilosopher. At least, in the way that most people approach philosophy. I maintain that there is no such logical system that binds morality, there is no such logical system that binds epistemology, and that there is no logical system that binds metaphysics. I believe postmodern thought can lead to interesting conclusions (even though many seem to think that it cannot). Yes, I am aware that postmodernism can deconstruct itself, and I do that regularly. Here are some articles from this perspective.
- Antimorality -- the case against logical morality.
- Antiepistemology -- the case against systematic epistemology.
- Antimetaphysics -- the case against any metaphysical claims other than the fact that you exist or the present moment exists.
- Source documents -- Source groff ms documents for the articles above.