So I see I am supposed to introduce myself.
I am Stephen.
I am interested in the logical foundations of math, moral philosophy and John Locke's view concerning human understanding. My view on moral philosophy is sufficiently non-standard that I am accustomed to getting kicked out of forums. Hopefully "philosophy forum" will be totally better than "philosophy forums", which proved unsatisfactory when I tried that out a few years ago. Anyway, I thought I noticed a few wise-appearing posters here, but my experience with forums is such that it won't take much to make me flee.
Is there a way to examine the rejected posts? It seems to me that the best way to judge a forum is to see what the moderator has deleted. A forum with no active moderator is little better than a toilet stall for graffiti, and one with a moderator who deletes the interesting things is even worse. The moderators make the forum, ultimately, in my opinion, at least in a forum of sufficient size.