Oct 17, 2019, 3:55 PM
It’s very unlikely you can write a book. It’s likely you can write a paper. Its likely if you can write a series of papers that you can combine them into a book. Most of the time a paper is sufficient for a book. A book merely provides a set of historical examples, or hypothetical examples, that illustrate the sequence of dependencies on the one and and applications on the other.
So, learn to write arguments (2pp). Then combine arguments into a paper (20pp), then papers into a book (200pp+).
Most authors write books to document their learning experience. This is different from pretense that you have a problem figured out until you have finished your learning experience, accumulated sets of arguments, sets of papers (arguments in context) and can combine them into a book (narrations of examples past and potential that illustrate each argument and paper).
There is a reason all libertarian books are introductory. There is a reason all feminist and anti-western authors write in postmodern prose. There is a reason philosophy is written in rationalism rather than the law of reciprocity. So that they can lie. Conversely, there is a reason hard science is written in operational language – so they cannot lie.