This site is created for the purpose sharing ideas on different subjects, specifically those related to academic works in philosophy, religion, and history. You are invited to read them, print them, or download the material as long as their copyright license is respected.
This website and all its contents were created using free software: a GNU/Linux operative system (Why don't I call it "Linux operative system"?), Drupal, LibreOffice, LaTeX, Kile, LyX, the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), and Inkscape. I also support other free operative systems such as Illumos, FreeBSD, PC-BSD, among others.
I have adopted the views of Liberation Theology, whose advocates struggle for social change in favor of the poor and the oppressed. I'm also a partisan of Theistic Evolution (or as Francis Collins calls it "BioLogos") and Evolutionary Christianity, which integrate both realms, the spiritual and the material through an evolutionary view of the cosmos.
I am an enthusiastic promoter of science, and the teaching of Neo-Darwinian evolution in public schools. I am against the teaching of any sort of Creationism or Intelligent Design in science courses. Even in the realm of theology, I consider all forms of Creationism and most forms of Intelligent Design to be inherently harmful.
Regarding politics, I am a left wing progressive, and struggle for Puerto Rico's independence from the United States.
I favor free culture and the wise use of copyright, one which respects users right to read, appreciate, enjoy and have access to all sorts of works. To assure the freedom of all of my readers to read, copy, and share what I write, documents and other files are available under a personal short license, Creative Commons Licenses, or GNU Licenses.
Although I don't consider myself a hacker, I highly value the hacker ethic, and I promote hacker values in and out the realm of programming. This does not mean I promote cracker values (breaking security,creation of viruses, worms or trojans, or attacking other people through cyberspace). True hackers value their knowledge of programming in their best creative and clever ways to benefit everyone. I promote programs created within the true spirit of hackerdom, such as the GNU/Linux operative system. Here is an example of history of hacker creativity.