The Republic of Helios is a book that is about the transforming of Mars and the setting up of a new government, an enhanced government, the Republic of Helios. The Republic of Helios is an adventure in space, an adventure in new ways of behavior and an adventure in politics. In The Republic of Helios Spinozists are shown as attempting to undermine the West. All that has to be accepted is teleportation devices have been invented and that the words of Spinoza be accepted as showing how Spinozists act. All else follows straightforwardly. The Republic of Helios while being an adventure in politics is also an entertainment. The first step is to set up a base on the Moon at Marius Hills.. The Republic of Helios can be found at Scribd, Apple, Nook, Angus & Robertson, Thalia.de, Bol.de, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and on Kindle.
About Thomas Berry
I was diagnosed with major mental illness decades ago. That diagnosis would no longer apply now. Being on disability I had a lot of time to read. I mostly read philosophy. I came to the conclusion that academic philosophy was not the harmless puzzle solving activity that academic philosophy appears to be. I was amidst a personal apocalypse and could not relate at all to apocalyptic entertainments. I also had an early love for science fiction. The Republic of Helios combines my disenchantment with academic philosophy, a repulsion at apocalyptic entertainments and early love for science fiction. Do I believe there is a Spinozist group amidst the West? I do. Academic philosophers, who reason endlessly, have no place to run to except Spinoza.