This book is about self discovery, self awareness, and self definition. It is about seeing the whole of reality and clearly seeing what, where, and that you are, and what contribute to reality. It is about what can and cannot be known, in what degree of certainty or faith. This book is about self determination, self confidence, and self support. It delineates your powers and responsibilities in such areas as morality and social contracts, and describes the trade-offs inherent in the human condition, such as the trade-off between freedom and insecurity, bonding and being bound. This book is about knowing yourself and more.
For philosophers interested in a dualist model of reality, this book clearly demarks the two 'halves of the sky' and describes the fundamental flaws and risks in any world view that, however understandably, tries to reduce and simplify reality to a single realm/perspective.