I happened by this essay a couple of years ago, now. I've been trying to find things written in a similar style since. However, I'm not terribly familiar with writing analysis, terminology, categorizing, et cetera. So I haven't really been able to to describe the attributes that I like about the essay well enough to find similar writings.
To clarify, clearly this is non-fiction. That's not what I'm asking. Also, it's clear to me that the subject of the essay is primarily epistemology. What I mean by style is more like cadence, I guess, seemingly unusual use of many comas for expressing nested thoughts, tone, maybe, and how he talks to the reader. I'm also not entirely sure if it would be considered academic writing. Is it?
Full text: Fixation of Belief