Welcome to my blog, which will dull the sharpest of minds, weary the most patient of readers, frustrate the calm, annoy the virtuous, never once leave the backcountry and, if all goes well, before long recede into a fog of nothingness where it’ll rot away like a body left too long in the morgue.

If you want to dig into the archives and don’t know where to start, you can try one of these posts:

  1. The Devastating Power and Heartbreaking Pain of Truly Changing Minds
  2. How Bad Is QWERTY, Really? A Review of the Literature, such as It Is
  3. Can a Vegan Diet Be Healthy? A Literature Review
  4. Doubts about Track Record Arguments for Utilitarianism
  5. Animal Testing Is Exploitative and Largely Ineffective
  6. Networks of Meaning
  7. Does It Smell like Pollocks in Here?
  8. How Can One Tell What Is Beautiful?
  9. The Atemporal Franz Kafka
  10. The Biggest Game in Town
  11. Mysteries of the Unknown and the Unknowable
  12. Decomposition and Problem-Solving
  13. Auderico / Frunimius
  14. Uncommon Sensations: A Review of The Selected Prose of Fernando Pessoa
  15. The American Style of Quotation Mark Punctuation Makes No Sense

I have also done interviews with Christine M. Korsgaard, Lucia Coulter, Olle Häggström and Corentin Boissier and hope to do more in future, though I currently lack the time.

If you want to get in touch, you can write me at contact AT erichgrunewald DOT com.