Hi. I am Toshiya Nagai (永井俊哉 - Nagai Toshiya in Japanese order), administrator of this site and author of this blog.
1. About myself
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I was born in Kyoto, Japan in 1965 and now live in Kasugai, the suburb of Nagoya, Japan (see the map below).
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I intended to be a professor of philosophy and became a student/postgraduate of three Japanese Universities, but left them and decided to be a free philosopher on the Internet for this reason.
My chief concern is systemics and I created the following websites to publish my study in systems.
The old blog site powered by MovableType to archive my articles written before 2011. Most of them were written in Japanese, but some were in English.
The new blog site powered by WordPress to publish the latest article of my study. You can read them with any RSS reader not only on PC but also on smart phones
The BBS site powered by phpBB to discuss various topics of systemics. You can not only reply to messages of topics but also create your favorite topics of any academic discipline.
The wiki site powered by MediaWiki where I compile my system of systemics. This is the core site of my five websites and its completion is the ultimate goal of my study.
A future project for converting Systemics System into a truly wiki site like Wikipedia that anyone can edit or translate into other languages freely.
2. How to follow me
You can be notified of new contents by means of SNS or feed reader.
If you have accounts of the following SNS, you can use them to follow me: Twitter > Google+ > Facebook in the order of high delivery frequency.
- Twitter - Posts of Systemics Forum + articles and comments of Systemics Blog in English.
- Google+ - Manually selected articles with summary both in Japanese and English.
- Facebook - Articles of Systemics Blog both in Japanese and English.
2. Feed Reader
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