In what could be regarded as the most controversial work in the history of philosophy, self-taught philosopher García-González redefines existence and perception in his book and complementary glossary, bringing back metaphysics to its old glory and elevating philosophy of mind to the level it deserves.

Is a genetic essence needed before things can exist?

García-González says “yes” and presents a case for it.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER ONE
The Initial Issue of Existence

CHAPTER TWO
Being

CHAPTER THREE
Making Perfect Copies

CHAPTER FOUR
Awareness

CHAPTER FIVE
Consciousness

CHAPTER SIX
The Issue of Global Overpopulation

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