Zenithism is the prospect that an infinite natural system evolves infinitely many maximally advanced conscious beings.
Zenithism, the first book on the subject, examines zenithist philosophy through essays, aphorisms, short stories, and a Grecian dialogue. This mixed-genre work is an invitation to explore the eschatological possibilities of science, technology, and nature.
The St. Stylite Trivialist Primer is a collection of poems for those who suspect that everything is true. The Trivialist Primer includes a calendar of centos, an alphabet of free verse, haiku horoscopes, clerihew obituaries, and other poetic tutorials for the embryonic trivialist.
"Several years ago, one of us wrote an anonymous article about the dangers of anonymity in online education. Since working together on a new educational platform called Outlier.org, the error of his ways has become apparent to him."
"The word ‘economy’ evolved from the Greek root οἶκος. ‘Oikos’ had three interrelated senses in ancient Greece: the family, the family’s land, and the family’s home. These three, taken interchangeably, constituted the first or fundamental political unit in the ancient Greek world,
especially in the minds of Greece’s hereditary aristocrats..."