As always, I'd love criticism and refutation, I extremely encourage it. If I was right whatsoever, my name would be Hegel, and even Hegel's name wasn't Hegel. So I welcome all critiques in order to better formulate a descriptive truth.
I'd warn against reading outside MS Word to anyone attempting to do so. The formatting becomes quite disastrous, and without the ability to hover over equations and concepts to see their respective end notes, and believe me, you'll need the end notes, the meaning quickly gets lost behind the language. I'm attempting to port the current version to a web-friendly alternative, but I'm not quite there yet. At any case, here's the link.
Presuppositional Paradoxica: A Purely Scholastic Question (Draft 3)
Here is also a crude PDF (no hovering, hyperlinks for end notes, to test out how well converting Word documents into PDF and embedding them into these sorts of blogs works. I get a few issues on Chrome with zoom in/out, the drop caps, hyperlinks, hover abilities, and other formatting seems to be gone, but the headers, footers, and notes are there. Still working on a more complete conversion though. Anybody want to help, or, convert and post a Word document, as I know some of us are more fond of Word, just talk to me after class one day.)