Welcome to Recrudescence


  1. a sudden new appearance and growth, especially of something dangerous and unpleasant (Cambridge Dictionary)

  2. the revival of material or behavior that had previously been stabilized, settled, or diminished (Wikipedia)

  3. a new outbreak after a period of abatement or inactivity (Merriam-Webster)

What To Expect

I’ll be posting my many musings and ramblings about various topics in psychology, neuroscience, ethics, Existentialism, philosophy of mind and science, technology, science fiction and literature, ancient philosophy, and more. So keep your expectations low, and then I’ll do my best to exceed them.

What I’m Currently Reading

  • The Portable Nietzsche by Walter Kaufmann

  • The Elephant in the Brain by Robin Hanson & Kevin Simmler

  • The Master and His Emissary by Iain McGilchrist

  • Awakenings by Oliver Sacks

  • Madness and Modernism by Louis Sass

  • The Dream Drugstore by J. Allan Hobson

  • The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism by Nishitani Keiji

  • Conjectures & Refutations by Karl Popper

  • The Complete Works of Shakespeare

  • Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace

  • Tao Te Ching

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Meditations on Life, Mind, Sci-Phi, & Literature


Meditations on Life, Mind, Sci-Phi, & Literature