There's something poignant, almost religious, when one thinks of man's search for himself and his place in the universe. Ultimately, what is life all about? It is about us and our universe.
Man's yearning for this bonding between himself and his universe is well-known, and manifests itself in metaphysical enquiry. In the pages that follow, a priori reasonings provide solutions to some of the most challenging metaphysical, metamathematical and paradoxical problems. In particular, the paper on the Continuum Hypothesis, one of the most famous unsolved problems in mathematics, was considered 'highly original, highly readable' (Indian Journal of Mathematics). Even today it comprises the one and only rigorous intuitionistic proof of the hypothesis.
The results derived in this book have never appeared in any previous works.