The goal of the Information Philosopher website is to provide free resources online that are beyond the reach of those without faculty academic privileges like mine.
It is also to teach a new method for the study of problems in philosophy, physics, biology, and psychology that goes beyond debating issues and interpretations. Words alone are too ambiguous to resolve the deepest questions facing us.
This new method of examining information structures, their communications and processing of information, provides new insight into the nature of reality and our place in the universe.
We all are dynamic and growing information processing structures. We can learn at every level in the human body, from the miniature molecular machines in our cells to the thinking in our minds/brains, how information controls the organization of matter one particle at a time.
Hundreds of webpages on thinkers and many more on problems are massively hyperlinked, allowing you to navigate effortlessly between closely related pages. It has a glossary of technical terms to help beginners appreciate the debating details.