I opened up your website and encountered a philosophical discussion of a bent spoon in a glass of water. Which prompts my question:
Why hasn’t there been a scientific revolution in philosophy as there has been in physics, chemistry, biology, physiology, historiography, astronomy, music, political science, the social sciences, medicine, er... well just about everything else?
Here's my point. When a college student studies ANY of those other subjects, there is scant attention paid to what people thought before the Enlightenment or at best before the Renaissance (except as a historical curiosity). And that's a good thing, BECAUSE
=phlogiston has no place in modern physics;
=Air, Fire, Water and Earth in Chemistry
=the Great Chain of Being in Biology
=Bodily Humors in physiology
=the Great Man Theory in historiography
=Astrology in astronomy
=Celestial number sequences in Music theory
=belief in the Divine Right of Kings in Poly Sci
=belief in possession by demons, the caste system, or the Noble...