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I guess you too are tired of clickbait titles, misinformation, lack of engagement, and plain nonesense. Writing quality articles takes time. This time is invested along-side my PhD, and a part-time job in a restaurant. I would like to reduce my restaurant work (I enjoy it, so not planning to quit), and invest more time into blogging about the wonderful world of paradoxes. Patreon is a crowd-funding platform that allows people like myself to obtain funding from their fans (i.e. patrons) on a recurring basis, so we do not have to worry about the financial aspect and focus solely on writing. By supporting me, you will keep this blog online and you will make the internet just a little bit better by investing in quality articles. You can find my Patreon page by following this link or tapping/clicking the image.

Paradox Library

Last but not least, you can browse our very own Amazon Store – or what I like to call: ‘Paradox Library’. Your potential order is completely handled by Amazon, so you are in safe hands. We don’t ask you for any credit card details, or any personal information.[*]


[*] A quick note: the default set up is for Amazon to display recommended books. But because their recommendations are not always suitable, I have added categories and a search function. All the books in individual categories have been hand-picked and chosen by me (Ippolit). I have read most of them (though not all of them fully and with the same level of detail/attention), and the ones I haven’t read have been recommended by my colleagues whose opinions I respect. Having said that, I do not necessarily agree with the content/arguments presented by the authors – how could I, as a philosophy student? But I have put a lot of effort in picking these, without running some algorithms based on user interests, etc., and I have done so because I consider these to be of outstanding intellectual merit.