This book is an exploration of mereology and reference, as applied to our experience. It uses that framework to describe the basic model of cognition: a model of our experience, which is a combination of indirect realism and cognitive psychology. Various topics in philosophy are described in terms of that model, especially those that have direct effects on our health and happiness.
“I wrote this book, and the person quoting me here is taking credit for it.”
“Are you apathetic toward the saccharine goodness evangelized by sentimental, superstitious fanatics, but equally bored by the intellectuals who worship at the empty-headed shrine of scientific materialism?”
The most recent version of the book is version 1.1, and was released on September 1.
- You can buy the book for $2 at one of the following stores:
- Apple (EPUB): https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-whole-part/id1506125679?ls=1
- Google (EPUB): https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=AgnfDwAAQBAJ
- Amazon (Kindle): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087PZ24NT
- A free PDF version is available from this site in return for writing a review. You can also find it online in various places.
- You can also browse the HTML version.
- The printed version from Amazon as a paperback.
The book is in the public domain, and all proceeds from book sales are donated to charity (after all, a major premise of this work is that our minds belong to the world rather than our egos).