- The perennial philosophy recognises four major levels of understanding.
I refer to these - in geometrical terms - as the linear, circular, point
and radial levels.

- Associated with each of these levels is a coherent system of mathematics.

Analytical mathematics - the conventional quantitative approach - is the product of the (rational) linear level.

- However there is a complementary qualitative approach to mathematics
which is related to the three "higher" levels.

I refer to these systems as Holistic Mathematics 1, Holistic Mathematics 2 and Holistic Mathematics 3 respectively.

- Surprisingly, the three "higher" levels of mathematics have been greatly
neglected throughout the history of mathematics. The purpose of this extended
discussion is to highlight their precise nature and scientific importance.

- Outline,
Charts etc.

- Introduction

- Holistic Mathematics
1

- Holistic Mathematics
2

- Holistic Mathematics
3 (Part A)

- Holistic Mathematics
3 (Part B)_

- The Theory of Everything

Return to Holistic Mathematics