The book follows up unofficially on the work of Peter S. Fosl and Julian Baggini, by making great strides into the field of categorical and typological knowledge systems; The book is scheduled for release in early 2013, by Authorhouse.
The forms of knowledge present in the book make great strides beyond what I thought to be a rarified coherent system based on God and objects, which I wrote into my web publication, the Unity Project, a number of years ago.
Categorical knowledge will be a recurrent theme in future book projects, including a work I have already begun called How to Write Aphorisms: The Aphoristic Method. While this work may not be as initially popular as the 1-Page-Classics or the Dimensional Philosopher's Toolkit, it seems possible that gradually the small numbers of sales from the entire collection will be mutually supportive, and determine that I have a minimum influence, if not upon future scholars, then at least upon a small sampling of students and "fringe thinkers". However, finding a means to advertise without paying a hefty sum has been difficult beyond belief.
I am a philosopher, artist, inventor, and poet (in some capacity), and a member of the International Honor Society for Philosophers. My quotes have appeared in Book Forum, the Hartford Courant, and other independent websites. A comment at The Economist cites my possible influence on the economic policy of India. One of my artworks once sold for $1 million off the street but I ended up returning the money. I have written many books on topics such as perpetual motion machines, philosophy systems, and the occult. I live alone in New Haven, CT.