Clayton's Blog

Clayton is the founder of Eviduction.  This section (his blog) exists to capture the progress of Eviduction in its development and certain subject-specific content that is not yet mature enough to be presented as authoritative site content.

June 2012 Update

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I have submitted a book proposal to MIT Press.  The last few months have included considerable progress, but this was the first news to demand an update.

As work on the book progresses, I'm seeing more and more evidence of the potential value of a system like Eviduction. 

Jan 2012 Update

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January was a productive month for many reasons, but few of them related to Eviduction.  A variety of my other projects (new window, claytondaley.com) passed key milestones.  Unfortunately, this resulted in a significant reduction in the time spent on these projects.

Feb 2012 Update

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February is over, but work progresses.  Most of the month was lost to illness (flu) and other business activities.  However, I have made time to continue to build up both my epistemology theory and my neuroscience/cognition work.  I was somewhat surprised to find that I could express my cognition theory with greater ease in the field of philosophy.  While the results are not necessarily "applied" to the same degree, a comprehensive theory can also be submitted without the volume of primary research required in neuroscience.

Dec 2011 Update

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It's been a busy year.  Hoping to take the summer off to advance my Neuroscience research, I was instead waylaid by a number of interesting business opportunities.  Several of them are in process (and exciting), but they were something of a distraction from this site and the associated work.

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