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Fluidity

This is a nonfiction audiobook narrated by Matt Arnold with the permission of the author, David Chapman. Full text at: https://meaningness.com

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Original music by Kevin MacLeod. https://incompetech.com/music/

Artwork on this webpage is by Barry Gohn. https://www.deviantart.com/bzgbg

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Apr 25, 2021

For the past few months, I've been assembling cast members, to edit their performances together into a full-cast recording of this week's chapter.

What is the meaning of an extra-marital affair—or any relationship? A philosophical short story illustrates the puzzle of the nebulosity of meaningness.

Thanks to Bruce...


Apr 18, 2021

At 48 minutes, this episode is longer than most. A complete summary overview of all the dimensions of meaningness, with all the common stances one can take to them.

Original text at: https://meaningness.com/all-dimensions-schematic-overview

Original music by Kevin MacLeod.

This podcast is under a Creative Commons...


Apr 14, 2021

This mid-week bonus episode features a 20-minute excerpt from my interview with David Chapman, in which we discuss his plans for finishing Meaningness.

Original music by Kevin MacLeod.

This podcast is under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial International 4.0 License.


Apr 11, 2021

Dualism, nihilism, and monism are the three main approaches to fundamental questions of meaning. This book proposes a better, fourth alternative.

This begins the third section of Meaningness, "Doing Meaning Better".

Original text at: https://meaningness.com/big-three-stance-combinations

Original music by Kevin...


Apr 4, 2021

Relationships one may have with "stances" (basic attitudes toward meaningness) include adopting, committing, accomplishing, wavering, and appropriating.

This ends the second section of Meaningness, an introduction to stances.

Original text at: https://meaningness.com/relationships-with-stances

Original music by Kevin...