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
The Initial Issue of Existence
Making Perfect Copies of Inexistent Images
The Issue of Global Overpopulation