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Table Of Contents

Foreword
Hermann Hesse—The Glass Bead Game
Ayn Rand—Objectivism—Self Interest—Realism
Alan Watts—Eastern Mysticism
Plato—Forms—Idealism
Parmenides—One
Zeno—Paradoxes
Douglas Hofstatder—Godel, Escher, Bach
Aristotle—Physics—Realism—Metaphysics
Anaxagoras—Everything is in Everything
Bertrand Russell—Continuity
Kurt Gödel—Incompleteness Theorem
Werner Heisenberg—The Uncertainty Principle
George Berkeley—To Be is To Be Perceived
Gottfried Leibniz—Monads
Euclid—“A Point Is That Which Has No Extension”
Democritus—Atomism and Void
Albert Einstein—Relativity
John Paul Sartre—Being and Nothingness
Gary Zukav—The Dancing Wu-Li Masters
John Searle—Philosophy of Mind
Brian Green—String Theory and The Elegant Universe
Immanuel Kant—Critique of Pure Reason
Charles Siefe—Zero—A Biography of a Dangerous Idea
Paul Davies—About Time
Joseph Mazur—The Motion Paradox
Rene Descartes—“I think, therefore, I am”
Fritjof Capra—The Tao of Physics
Julian Barbour—The End of Time
Stephen Hawking—A Brief History of Time
John Mctaggart—The Unreality of Time
Roger Penrose—The Emperors New Mind
Alfred North Whitehead—Process and Reality
Richard Bach—Jonathon Livingston Seagull—Limits
Isaac Newton—Laws of Motion
Michelangelo—The Pieta, The Sistine Chapel, and The Statue of David
John Keats—Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty
Lisa Randall—Warped Passages—Hidden Dimensions
Thomas Nagel—A View from Nowhere
Thomas Young—Double Slit Experiment
John Stuart Bell—Incompleteness Theorem—Entanglement
Louis DE Broglie—Wave-Particle Duality of Matter
John Archibald Wheeler—Law without Law and Black Holes
Leo Buscaglia—Love
Erich Fromm—The Art of Loving
Heraclitus—Flux—Eternal Change
Georg Hegel—Idealism
Fredrick Nietzsche—Nihilism—Belief in nothing absolute—“Overman”
Jacob Bernoulli—Infinity—A finite set contains an infinite amount of members
William Blake—Eternity in an hour
Blaise Pascal—Man emerges from nothingness
Martin Heidegger—Being and Time
Aldous Huxley—A Brave New World
Mahatma Gandhi—Non-Violence
Jesus—Salvation
Buddha—Zen and Nothingness
David Hilbert—Space
Johannes Sebastian Bach—Symphony of the Universe
Ludwig van Beethoven—Music Without Sound
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart—Perfection
Jacqueline Du Pre—Cellist
Andre Gregory—My Dinner with Andre
Stevie Ray Vaughn—Musician
Glenn Beck—The Gandhi of Our Time
Neil Young—Cortez The Killer
Patti Smith—Rock and Roll Nigger and Poet
Dali—Surrealism
Leonardo Da Vinci—Magus and Grand Master of a Secret Esoteric Society
Norman Vincent Peale—The power of positive thinking
Conclusion
References
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House On The Hill

House On The Hill

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This book is a compilation of the greatest minds and ideas of all time incorporated into one synthesis known as The Glass Bead Game located in The House on the Hill. It is a living I Ching in which to inspire future Magister Ludi (Masters of The Game) to create future artistic and intellectual thoughts of perfection. It not only seeks an answer to the biggest philosophical question of all “why is there anything at all” but more importantly recognizes that” Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty!”

The House on the Hill is an illusionary place were potential profound ideas become actualized and realized. It is the unification of philosophy, art, religion, quantum mechanics, science, music, literature, mathematics, and the mind merged into one collective system known as The Glass Bead Game. It is my Metaphysics of Being.

What does it mean to be truly free?”
Mark Megna
This book is a compilation of the greatest minds and ideas of all time incorporated into one synthesis known as The Glass Bead Game located in The House on the Hill. It is a living I Ching in which to inspire future Magister Ludi (Masters of The Game) to create future artistic and intellectual thoughts of perfection. It not only seeks an answer to the biggest philosophical question of all “why is there anything at all” but more importantly recognizes that” Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty!”

The House on the Hill is an illusionary place were potential profound ideas become actualized and realized. It is the unification of philosophy, art, religion, quantum mechanics, science, music, literature, mathematics, and the mind merged into one collective system known as The Glass Bead Game. It is my Metaphysics of Being.

What does it mean to be truly free?”
Mark Megna

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