The Metaphysics of Freedom


Today, I finished working on the program on philosophy, which I named The Metaphysics of Freedom. Rather, the word finished is not a very appropriate word. Much still needs to be added, much needs to be finalized. There it too much material and there is still a lot of work ahead.

The program covers 3 semesters each containing 14 lectures and 14 seminars. In total, there are 42 lectures or 84 hours of my continuous monologue.

It took me about 7 years to create this program, and I am glad that now it has finally acquired a clear outline.

You can familiarize yourself with the program on the website by clicking on the cat icon and the inscription "for students" (I do not know about you, but for me, students are associated with sleepy and moderately lazy cats).

I understand how difficult it is to correctly place accents, single out the main thing and fit the immensity into 42 two-hour lectures. After all, this is the same as trying to move the ocean to a lake dug up on the shore.

I would be immensely grateful to everyone who could provide critical comments and suggestions that would help me in my future work on this program.

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