So this is it.
I finally settled on putting the IT skills I used to learn and apply in school, university and work to good use and start my own website. Similar to assembling your own furniture, you come to like the result even if it looks objectively worse compared to a possible world in which it had been built by professionals. At least for now, I am therefore satisfied with the result. I’d be happy though for suggestions of any kind. 🙂
This website’s primary purpose is to support and present my academic work and research. One huge benefit of being a philosopher, is that it never really feels like working at all, one is rather driven by love and passion for the subject. On the other hand, there is no such a thing as conventional private life as a philosopher either. Being constantly plagued by existential dread and thoughts on the fundamental questions, is a curse that befalls the philosopher. One’s mind just never leaves the philosophical classroom.
This being the case, I will also occasionally release pictures and reports of my travels and non-work related activities. As I shall illustrate in the not to far future, these had an enormous impact on me and my thinking. As the picture is supposed to show, research and holidays are not mutually exclusive. 🙂
I will publish primarily on science, morality, evolution and the deep questions that keep us awake at night.
More on my research and myself can be found here.