•The Revolution, by its poetical prose,
shows the progress of René in his love and social success that will take him
to a larger
finality: the discovery of the end of the ocean. He abandons therefore his
fellows to embark on the ocean to the discovery of his finality. He emits
hypotheses on the Universe, but ignores even the circularity of the Earth.
will discover the end of the ocean by his own alienation. He is then capable
of creating his own insular universe, to make the revolution, to become a God and
establish his new humanity. The Revolution shows how, as humans, we try to develop a huge philosophy without being
able to see what the Universe is really about.
•The Eclecticism is a philosophical essay
that follows no program or precise plan. One learns there to reconsider the universe in its entirety until the points
of reference exist no more. It is an absolute questioning of everything, where
space and thought interact to create a world of ideas more real than the daily
life. With for creation our own imagination, each of us is the God of his/her own universe.
We can control it as long as we learn to become more aware of it.
•The Eclecticism was born out of a
saturation of everything. It was written in London and partly in Dublin. The
London life is
described, the life in the sales of whisky from Scotland to Ireland. The book
is also about the madness of this world. The subject is that of a voyage in the
universe and in one’s brain. An absolute assessment of all philosophies and currents of thoughts which the planet
carried since the last millennia. An assessment to celebrate the new
philosophy of the
next millennium: The Eclecticism. The Eclecticism is the death of ideas,
concepts, philosophies, science, religions, policies, the death of all and nothing.