Yeah, you know me! Sup, readership? So I’m starting a non-profit called the Lawn Chair Philosophy Foundation which provides philosophical resources to those who would otherwise have little access to such material. It’s a pretty broad notion, and more about the specifics can be found here :
This foundation brings to life the spirit of Lawn Chair Philosophy through an outreach program which donates philosophical works to homeless shelters, half-way houses, impoverished schools, etc.; and which develops courses to guide readers through a rigorous program that is both fun and efficient. But what is the spirit of Lawn Chair Philosophy? It would make little sense to bog the foundation’s website down with heavy, impenetrable treatises; so I am creating space in this post to develop the idea of Lawn Chair Philosophy as my studies and practice evolve. Official speaking, I have thus far the following:
Lawn Chair Philosophy is a method of inquiry and ontological emergence based upon a radicalization of Edmund Husserl’s phenomenological inner-time consciousness, which focuses on the constitutive interrelations between pure and experiential ratios.
Obviously, there is yet much, much, much upon which to expound – so stay tuned and keep checking back for more information!