The War & Peace of a New Metaphysical Perception : Index : Thematic


V – Volume
T – Tractate


  • 0500 BC – 1804 AD : The Distant Past : V1
  • 1831 AD – 1998 AD : The Recent Past : V2
  • 2003 AD – The Future : V3

Terms & Contents

  • 0322 BC : The Error of Aristotle: Resolving the problem of Cartesian Systems V3, T15
  • 0500 BC : The Error of Zeno: Resolving the problem of Physical Distance V3, T15
  • 0525 AD : The Error of Boethius: Resolving the problem of Free Will and Determinism V3, T15
  • 1543 AD : The Error of Copernicus: Resolving the problem of Centrists Systems V3, T15
  • 1716 AD : The Error of Leibniz: Resolving the problem of Theodicy V3, T15
  • 1804 AD : The Error of Kant: Resolving the problem of Cartesian Systems V3, T15
  • 1831 AD : The Error of Hegel: Resolving the problem of Non-Cartesian Systems V3, T15
  • 1955 AD : The Error of Russell: Resolving the problem of Exclusion of Nothing V3, T15
  • 1970 AD : The Error of Einstein” Resolving the problem of Abstract Time V3, T15
  • 1976 AD : The Error of Heidegger: Resolving the problem of The Void of a Void V3, T15
  • 1996 AD : The Error of Philosophy: Resolving the problem of the Monist and Dualists V3, T15
  • 1998 AD : Symbiotic Panentheism: A Perceptual Shift for Humankind V3, T15
  • 2002 AD : Husserl, Hawking and I: Introducing the problem of Principles One and Two V3, T15
  • 2002 AD : Ontological Systems: Introducing the problem of Ontological System #7 and Ontological System # 9 V3, T15


A ‘New Ontological Perception’ regarding Zeno’s paradox: V1, T1
A Brief Overview of Symbiotic Panentheism
A Foundation V1, T6
A misconception of determinismV1, T4
A new meaning of the term ‘everything’ V1, T6
A second look at the pattern formation V3, T17
Absolute Zero Point of Abstraction V1, T6
Absolute Zero point of abstraction, The V1, T6
Abstract Functionality V1, T1
Abstract Functionality V2, T9
Abstract V1, T1
Abstract V2, T9
Abstraction and the void V2, T10
Abstractual hedonism V1, T2
Active Observation within Passive Observation V3
Active observing V1, T6
Adjacent being/actions of multiplicity V1, T3
Advancing knowledge V3, T17
Advantage of diversity, The V2, T11
An alternative solution to Russell’s Paradox V2, T9
Analytic versus Synthetic ‘a priori’ V1, T6
Anicius Manlius Severinus
Anselm of Canterbury
Anti-energy V2, T10
Antinomies Active Observation V1, T6
Anti-something V2, T10
Anti-void V2, T10
Appendix: ‘Examine the Impact’ expanded V3, T14
Aristotelian Points V1, T4
Atheism V2, T12
Augustine of Hippo


Baruch Spinoza
Being a Part of ‘Being’ is not a new idea V1, T1
Being right V2, T11
Boethius’ Ontological system and perpetual historical acceptance V1, T4
Boethius’ Ontological system and social acceptance V1, T4
Boethius’ Ontological system and why it is we have not presently discarded such a system
Boethius’ Ontological systemV1, T4
Book of Divine Foreknowledge, The V1, T3
Boredom and knowledge V1, T6
Boundary separating the causal and the non-causal, The V1, T6


Calculus is but a tool – it does not eliminate what is V1, T1
Cardinal Sequencing V1, T3
Cartesian V1, T2
Cartesian system V1, T2
Cartesian system V1, T6
Cartesian Systems V1, T2
Cartesian V1, T2
Cartesian V1, T6
Causal V1, T6
Causal, The V1, T6
Caution #1: This section is intended only for the mathematically and scientifically inclined V2, T9
Caution #2: This section is intended only for the religiously inclined V2, T9
Caution #3: This section is intended only for the philosophically inclined V2, T9
Centricism V1, T4
Change V1, T6
Changing changeless system V2, T7
Chaos V3, Postscript
Chaos, Disorder, Complexity V3, Postscript
Classical and traditional theism V1, V2, T12
Coherency of time V2, T8
Complexity V3, Postscript
Conclusion: Free will versus determinism V3, T14
Conclusion: The Peer Review V3, T19
Concrete Functionality V1, T1
Concrete Functionality V2, T9
Concrete V1, T1
Concrete V2, T9
Concrete/Physical Functionality V1, T1
Confinement is confinement the concept of Cartesian V1, T2
Constancy of consistency V2, T8
Constancy of sequentiality V2, T8
Constancy of time V2, T8
Constancy of time verses the Variability of time, The V2, T8
Constant (k) variable, The V2, T8
Constant factor of variability, The V2, T8
Constant of physicality V2, T7
Constant of physicality V2, T8
Constant variable of physicality, The V2, T8
Core: Omniscience, The V1, T5
Creating the paradox of a Physical System V2, T10
Creator V2, T12


Dance of the angels, The V1, T2
David Hume V3, T18 T19
Death of ‘Being’ leads to the death of Metaphysics, The V2, T7
Death of ‘Being’, The V1, T6
Defining theodicy V1, T5
Desire for Homogeneity, The V2, T11
Determinism V1, T3
Distance equals time V2, T8
Diversity and the disadvantaged V2, T12
Diversity and the right to be who you are – freedom V2, T11
Divine Foreknowledge V1, T3
Divine foreknowledge, predestination, pre-destination, and determinism versus free will V1, T4
Doppler affects of time V2, T8
Dualist is right but the dualist is wrong, The V2, T11


Einstein introduces the second mirror: The ‘i’ inversion V2, T8
Einstein’s mirror revisited V2, T8
Einstein’s mirror V2, T8
Either/Or V2, T11
Empedocles, Plurality, and Greek Atomism
Endless Paradoxes followed by endless answers Paradox 1 V3, T17
Endless Repetition V1, T6
Energy V2, T10
Equality of ’relativistic 1st principle,’ The V1, T2
Equality of principle V1, T2
Error through the active process of extrapolation as opposed to the passive process of definition V1, T5
Errors created through the passive process of definition V1, T5
Everything V1, T6
Examination of Contemporary thought V2, T12
Examining the Impact in terms of the future V3, T14
Examining the Impact in terms of the past V3, T14
Examining the Impact in terms of the present V3, T14
Expanding knowing revisited V2, T8
Expanding knowing V2, T7
Experiential permutations V2, T8