Free Will - Critique of Van Inwagen's incompatibilist argument. Much improved from my blog post though! I argue that by adopting a purely logical (i.e. non-causal) understanding of the phrase 'render false', Van Inwagen loses the ability to distinguish between 'rendering false' past vs future propositions. I show why his premises are false according to the hypothetical analysis of 'could', and argue that his defence of these premises unwittingly commits him to espouse an unsound argument for fatalism. [Probably the best essay I've yet written.]
Pyromancer - a short story ('novella' might be more accurate) I wrote a few years ago. Fantasy/horror.
Wishing Well - a poem I wrote a few years ago. Fantasy/horror (just kidding!).