BiosophyBiosophy is a term founded by writer and philosopher Peter Wessel Zapffe (1899-1990), who used biology as the foundation of his philosophy. Zapffe first set out his ideas in Den sidste Messias (en. The Last Messiah) (1933); later a more systematic defence was given in his philosophical treatise Om det tragiske (en. On the tragic) (1941).
In 1995, J Park (firstname.lastname@example.org), independently defined the concept of biosophy as the top level philosophy of the biological universe (http://biosophy.net/ ) Biosophy is the replacement of all the high level knowledge system such as philosophy, science and religion. However, biosophy is mainly a theoretical body of information architecture. For 3D representation of information such as humans as we perceive, Biomatics (http://biomatics.net ) functions as the main system. Biomatics perceives everthing in the universe as information object and it analyses and engineers the biouniverse. -- J Park, 20030911 --