Eidomorphism: The Philosophy of Ontological Mathematics

Eidomorphism: The Philosophy of Ontological Mathematics is a book comprising a total system of philosophical knowledge, encompassing science, religion, mathematics, and logic. Eidomorphism is a synthesis of the philosophies of the Pythagoras, Plotinus, Spinoza, Leibniz, Schopenhauer and Gödel. Eidomorphism proposes a single mathematical substance as a unity of objective form and subjective content, united in unit-point entities outside of space and time. As a philosophical, mathematical, and scientific system and theory of everything, Eidomorphism unites quantum theory with philosophy, biology with psychology, and cosmology with first causes in a single, mathematical system based on the simplest and smallest entities imaginable. No stone is left unturned and no question is left unanswered in this mathematical answer to the riddle of the Philosopher’s Stone.