Homo Sapience Joseph II
This book is an attempt to define and explain existence as it actually is - according to our senses and our thoughts.
Upon our senses of 'seeing, hearing, feeling and tasting' we could 'relate, apply, reflect and verify' things that are around us. This whole operation could only be undertaken by the specie of 'homo sapience' who asks the 'four fundamental questions...... More
This book is a 'metaphysical journey' which could be undertaken by those who inquire about the foundation of existence.
The intriguing question about our foundations tends to propel us to investigate existence. These four fundamental questions are, 'who are we?, where have we came from? where are we off to? and who are we?'
Those who are not satisfied with the casual conduct of a cause and effect process would dismiss an answer of just a 'name' to fit an 'entity'.
These are the chosen few who would pursue this journey led by our sense - combined with our thoughts and regulated by what we had gathered and learned.
This process had been originally undertaken 2500 years ago by Empedocles of Agrigento who had given us the four classical elements of 'earth, air, fire and water'. These four elements could be translated into four features of existence characterized by 'time/space, matter, polarity and relativity'.
Upon these four features are constructed the universe which is recognized by us through our own 'entity, person, self and being' that understand that this world is not our home.