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About my libraryStrong preference for books on the following subjects: [Hard] science fiction; Science [non-fiction]; Artificial intelligence; Spatial cognition; Consciousness; Intelligent and critical theory that puts the establishment into question; Neoconstructivism; Big history; History of science; Futurology; Future anthropology; Population genetics; The evolution of intelligence; Conflict science; Adversarial reasoning; The evolution and obsolescence of the book thanks to the internet, collaborative wikis, and digital tablets; Academic freedom; Free learning; Criticism of academia; The conflict with oneself; Intellectual struggle; Recursion; The concept of Infinity; Free-will; Paradox; Trans-humanism; Post-humanism; Nutrigenomics; Corruption; Dismantling of imperial power; Radical thought; Hegemony and culture war; Resistance; Civil disobedience; Political dissent; Modern prejudice; Modern barbarism; Paedo rights; Piracy; Anti-Apologetics for Western imperial violence; Non-conformity; "Problematics;" Social injustice; Social exclusion; Civil wars; The measuring of corruption of entire nations; The undermining of American credibility on the international front; International nuclear policy; Strategic studies; Philosophy of science and the meaning of truth; Rules of rational conduct that underpin science; Objective knowledge;...
Favorite authorsTheodore Kaczynski, Julian Assange, Anders Behring Breivik, Noam Chomsky, Jürgen Habermas, Martin Heidegger, Ray Kurzweil, Tom O'Carroll, George Orwell, Henry David Thoreau, Ken Wilber, Ludwig Wittgenstein, John Zerzan (Shared favorites)
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Member sinceJan 8, 2011
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