Sink Your Teeth In

 

Sink Your Teeth In

In preface, my practice is fixated upon objectivity and experiential value. It is a pursuit of absolutes. These are the central topics of a full-scale writing project I began carving out last year. Over the course of the next year, this site will foster many premier drafts and passages of the larger volume. Most significantly, I'm staging the work here in an effort to cycle the ideas through as much feedback and critique as possible. I want these ideations and thought experiments to be as objectively sound as words may permit.

I am as passionate about these concepts as I am insatiable to improving or deconstructing them to this effect. There is of course a limit to doing so from a single perspective. Consider this an open call for pointblank criticism on any subject. No one is infallible. I hold that if a more conclusive, insightful, or resolved idea exists, it should be adopted without hesitation, especially if it stands to replace an existing belief one holds. In fact, the only effective means to measure a concept's potency or resilience is to attack it as destructively as possible. If you see gaping flaws in my logic for instance, the concept has missed the mark to begin with.

For these reasons, I prefer to take on debate and critique by red tooth and claw. I encourage tenacity above all else and hope to discover any lapses in my own reasoning through this process. Frankly, I thrive in this pursuit; I'm insatiable to it. My ideologies will either survive and evolve with greater resilience and quality through these discussions, or they will be burned to the ground and left for dust. It is a win–win. Sink your teeth in and welcome to the conversation.

 
WordsBryce Willem