If Hegel was a bird he would not be an eagle. The phenomenon of phenomenological insight is not Scientific, yet the Hegelian bird's eye perspective of top-down reasoning and introspective interpretations stretch philosophical thought into new mental habitats. My presupposition is a perch, constructed with the Praxis of planksip® and the modality of Aristotelian logic. Big Data and the p.(x) philosophy attempts to take this perspective further through a historical interpretation of ontological pluralism (not relativism). On the shoulders of the Newtonian Giants, empowering people to fend off the onslaught of information overload, the catchphrase is; "Parse then Prosper". Through negation and/or selection, data-driven correlations, Markov Chain algorithms, fractal propagation of thought concepts identify the individual as a changing entity, materialistic in motivation. Intrinsic incentives and game theory are not zero-sum initiatives, this means that our value system and societal incentives can change and Will. A repressed remnant of Freud's superego, or a secular catechism reincarnated, repurposed and made flesh. Re-imagined! This book will discuss the trajectory of change and redefine the origin of Euclidean geometry and foundations of mathematics (see Chapter 11). Remember we all perform on the same stage of life, the stage of consciousness. I am not a phenomenologist. Our minds are, our Being is, a phenomenon worth living. Sadly, not all human lives share a similar Perspectivism. We are not all born into the same propensity of opportunity or pseudo socio/economic potential or inherit an advantageous biological blueprint for flourishing. Reconciling these inequities provides a foundation for the p.(x) Ethics. With the watchword of should, it implies ought and ought implies Ethics (see Chapter 32). "Is", is as independent as Heidegger pointed out. I could have started this book, as many philosophical titles do, with Socrates or the Upanishads, maybe Homer or Heraclitus. I chose a top-down, Hegelian, bird's eye perspective for these meditations. The central thesis of p.(x) philosophy is materialistic with a fiction of correlation. Never forget causation when interpreting correlation. What does it mean to say, "reality is either here nor there and everywhere at the same time?" We are missing part of the path. Look no further than the nor gate, the key for which is locked away in our observable universe.