The bones of our world are old - we stopped listening to them ages ago
Silent theory surrounds us and we are blind to it. We have forgotten simple things: why we have seven days, what the names mean, how the patterns intersect.
A lifetime ago, I started writing about silent theory in Syntaxis - a book about game theory. Later, I used that work in social and legal theory: building a constitution of a newly formed state and rewriting its civil law. I joined a small group of people who, across the ages, have studied our most ancient laws - igniting a lifelong interest in the Danelaw and Norse history.
For the last couple of decades, I have been running at 100 miles a second, working deep in the interspaces between the bones of our world, working with silent theory.
This place is my way of slowing down a little, starting to give the bones voice, and having some fun.
Author: Peter Quinton