I had some "traditional" philosophy published this morning. It is a test
chapter, or rather one-third of it, of my 2nd-edition philosophy, which is now well advanced. Test
chapters have been read 4000+ times, and have given me a lot of useful
feedback. Behind the scenes, the rest of the chapter (not published this morning) answers the problem or question that this first part poses (I hope). It is about one of philosophy's most fundamental and enduring problems, the fact-value distinction.