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This treatise employs the deductive method that is frequently utilised in the physical sciences to the study of Matter man and his survival on the planet earth. It offers useful information leading to future investigations of man's place in the universe, and how he can cater for it. There are a number of useful propositions that he challenges us to investigate. For example, he argues that war should be abandoned, as it suggests a symptom of a disorder. He also view superiority not as inherent nature provided to man from the beginning but attained through hard work, and most of all, human beings are of one origin but isolation and inappropriate behaviour toward one another have caused others to be more advanced than others.