I can conceive that I do not have hands, arms, legs, a torso, a head, et cetera. But I cannot conceive that I cannot think. Therefore, I must be an immaterial soul (mind).
1) SEP article on contradiction, LNC, LEM and LNC, contrary negation in term and propositional logic, LNC and the Buddhist Tetralemma, Aristotleian considerations http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/contradiction/
2) The Limits of Reason by Gregory Chaitin, where Chaitin reportedly advances a view that comprehension is a kind of data comprehension and argues that understanding something means being able to figure out a simple set of rules that explains it.
3) Tautological statements in consideration of philosophical writing
4) The Importance of What We Care About by Harry Frankfurt, in consideration for emulating his writing style
5) Knowledge as the right to be sure by A. J. Ayer
6) Exploring Typography, Embracing Impotence, Xun Zi re: NISIOISIN’s Nisemonogatari (Fakestory/Impostory) in akirascuro
7) A place for skepticism and testimony in An Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge by Noah Lemos
8) What is this thing called metaphysics? ed. 2, chapters 2 and 7
9) Models of explanation in philosophy of science and epistemology (Retrieved from term 2’s Philosophy of Science by David Boersema), where there arise questions (and the respective answers to them) such as (i) What is a theory? (ii) What must a theory be able to explain? (iii) What are the qualities of a good theory/what does it accomplish? (iv) What lies in the background of a theory and what supports it? (v) Are there structures to theories? (vi) What do theories contain?
10) Verbal Disputes, David Chalmers
11) Dissolving the Is-Ought Problem, J. J. Joaquin
12) Planning algorithms
13) Conclusive Reasons, Fred Dretske
14) The difference between mereology and ontology
15) Knowing-that knowledge as a species of knowing-how, not knowing-how as a species of knowing-that, Tim Dean