The book concerns my views in ethics, politics and epistemology, and where i explain colour as either primary or secondary, and where primary colour is always a posteriori for the human being, and where secondary colour concerns the external world and the ideas within itself. For as i say, the ideas of a world, are as Berkeley says, abstract and pure as a priori,.
Furthermore, i explain Democritus and the soul atoms, and what they mean for colour, and where we comment on the colour atoms. Where we also visit Epicurus and the atomic swerve, and where the atoms swerving are something which God cares, and where he does not always judge their way, and for the atoms are beyond what Jehovah can govern as the God of our world.
furthermore, i have shared dialogues with both Homer and Virgil, and where Pierrot converses with either great poet. Lastly there is a dialogue between my Pierrot and Nietzsche, and where the comment on Lord Buddha, and where they both prefer him than Jesus Christ.