In general, this forum is meant to produce philosophy that goes somewhere, that engenders power. It's built in part on a Nietzschean heritage, though quite a few of us have in one sense or another moved beyond Nietzsche.
Our aim here is not to ask analytical questions of logic "mainstream" or early-academic stuff like seeking semantic paradoxes and hiatuses, nor to have superficial and thus endless ideological debates based only on two or more different sets of unquestioned assumptions.
It is true that since the content is rather dense, it does not let itself be organized in terms of neat topic headings and categories - we've noticed that, but are forced to live with this rather anarchic element within the main forums. There is however a number of recurring themes - angles of phenomenological approach to reality circumventing and penetrating the blind spot that science has caused, and with which it has immobilized philosophy, around which a conceptual order can be found.
-- Moving the topic from Kurukshetra to the Garden: the former forum is intended for debates that would under normal circumstances be unacceptably 'uncivil'.