Dual Void ©2013
A science fiction short story about artificial intelligence.
Subgenres: hi-tech, consciousness, programming, Gödel.
A science fiction short story about the search for universal truth.
Subgenres: astronomy, meditation, metaphysics, cosmology.
Bivalent Logic ©2012
An introduction to the two-valued logic pioneered by Aristotle.
Subgenres: symbolic logic, mathematics, philosophy.
On the Preservation of Enthusiasm ©2013
A terse but far-reaching philosophical essay.
Subgenres: existentialism, philosophy of science, epistemology.
Essays in Science and Philosophy ©2004-2009
Seven essays exploring and explicating various interrelated scientific and philosophic topics.
Subgenres: temporality, gravity, relativity, epistemology, agnosticism, metaphysics, existentialism, music, art, physics, and cosmology.
Amidst an undeclared theme of self-referentiality, topics as diverse as ethical paradox and the scientific method are explored in a way that is succinct, unemotional, and adherent to logic.
Subgenres: paradox, symbolic logic, philosophy of science, epistemology.
Coincidental Repertoire ©2003
A book of 40 poems, best described as a random albeit rhythmic jocular romp, having aperiodic undernotes of seriousness.
Subgenres: poetry, humor.
Stories and Essays ©2017
A paperback collection of sci-fi stories and philosophical essays that deal with fundamental questions of existence, the universe, consciousness, ultimate reality, epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics.
Journal Excerpts ©2004-2010
A collection of over 40 journal excerpts from 2004 to 2010.
Subgenres: mathematics, science, philosophy.
*essays & fables:
- Natural Versus Real Infinity: an introduction to Cantor's Uncountability Theorem and a thorough presentation of his original nested intervals proof of 1874
- Verification Asymmetry: a small essay applying logic to examine the falsification and corroboration of scientific theories
- The Trolley Problem: a philosophical essay that explores Philippa Foot's ethical thought experiment known as "the trolley problem"
- Anselm's Ontological Argument: a philosophical essay which examines Saint Anselm's ontological argument for the existence of God
- Flash Fiction Fables