Regarding copyright, the material here comes from within me, and I will strive to provide proper citations and links where appropriate. Because, there is a chain of reasoning that has been accumulating over the decades, I don't see what I write here as collaborative work. As such, I'm not considering any variant of the Creative Commons or any other open-source license —however much I am in favor of such. If I do post anything here that I think justifies a collaborative license, I will mark it as such within the shareable content itself and in the associated labels on the web pages.
Of course, I have no objection to being quoted, at least in a reasonable manner, as there is a purpose and intent here that is meant to benefit all, and spreading insights is important. But please, know what it means to provide attribution and to link back to source. Keep in mind, your readers may want to see more than you've quoted. Also, please understand what it means to take a thing out of context; I won't take responsibility for the effects of a quotation when it's taken out of context.