I do a philosophy podcast about pop music. I turned symbolic logic into a computer game. Serious or fun? Fun or serious? I specialize in both/and.
My doctorate is in philosophy. My bachelor’s degree is in computer science. I tutored math while studying philosophy. I minored in music while studying computers. I’m an introvert who loves public speaking. Don’t tell me I can’t do both.
As a teacher, I earned a 9.2 / 10 rating. When the usual approach to the subject wasn’t working for my symbolic logic students, I created the Chambergon Logic game for them using Java. Logic is like math: it’s a puzzle-solving game and ought to be taught that way.
Serious things often turn out to be games. Games often turn out to be serious. The world is a complex place, and that’s why we need philosophers. But it’s also why philosophers need math and coding, in addition to the arts.
If you need a teacher, a coder, a writer, or a musician, get in touch! I specialize in making confusing things clear, and dull things delightful.
Do you have an audience who needs talking to? Get me to do it for you! I speak at high school commencements. I preach sermons. I give inspirational speeches about not ending up living in vans by rivers. Contact me today!