It is just that there is no overarching epistemic meaning to life, universe and existence. No one is epistemically richer, none a life more purposeful.

I find that to have a good life, however, instrumental meaning is necessary. And such is instantiated with fuzzyness, reasonability and the intent of pragmatic action. Fuzzy reasonability allows for more freedom than rationality as it is commonly understood. It allows for absurdity, beauty and constrained rationality. But with freedom comes perils - of being lost or not seeking, of inaction or oblivion. It is also worth noting the importance of pragmatic action which I believe is interdependent on environment, emperical reality and shared non-deconstructive fiction.

But along the way, we must realise that there's much we do not know.

So then why try to conform and fit everything into rigid blocks? Why hold on to absolutisms? Aren’t the notions of self and divinity always plurally singular? Isn't there freedom in the chaotic and beauty in the unknown?

Why hate paradoxes when otherwise lie daemons?


  • Fuzzy logic, Intuitionistic logic
  • Godel incompleteness, Computation
  • Rationality and its disputed bases of definition
  • Category theory
  • Samkhya, Uttara mimamsa, Buddhism
  • Metaphysics, Instrumentalism, Pragmatism
  • Logical reasoning and rational irrationality
  • Writing as an inifnite working tape
  • Absurdism through humor and faith