It does some but I think a bigger issue is the lack of goal orientation of your posts. What are your goals, what are their sub-goals, what are your plans to accomplish those things, and then how do the posts fit into that picture? Isolated posts that don’t aim to accomplish anything significant, according to a plan you think will work, shouldn’t be expected to.
What happens when you don’t use conscious planning is you follow autopilots and follow goals that you hide from yourself. This is broadly unproductive for yourself and others. Philosophy discussion requires using consciousness and people expect that as part of good faith discussion.
People find planning complex and hard. But if that’s a problem it’s pretty easy to come up with a plan: work on your planning itself.
If people were doing better activities it’d be easier to relate them to a plan. A lot of the difficulty is the activities they want to do are bad and hard to fit into a reasonable plan.
An example of a good activity (it’s only good if it’s part of a plan) would be trying to better understand what qualitative and quantitative distinctions are. One could write several posts about this, look up information about it, analyze examples, etc.
The plan would be a tree. One linear path through the tree could be:
Learn a lot → learn CF → learn binary epistemology → learn analog to discrete conversions → learn about qualitative (related to discrete) and quantitative (related to analog)
To design a plan, start with the big picture and work down. The basic skill is taking something and breaking it into parts. Like what are the parts that could make up learning a lot? You could survey existing knowledge, learn the important ones in detail, and then fill in some gaps with original research. Learning the important ones in detail has components like figuring out how to judge which are important, doing the judgment, figuring out how to learn things in detail, and doing the learning. You have to keep breaking things down until you get to small chunks like individual activities.
If making this tree would be hard for you then you should practice planning smaller things and work your way up until you can do it. If you can’t plan, then you basically can’t expect to achieve any goal on purpose, and you need to address that.
People don’t do this kind of thing because they don’t want to, not because they are unable.