Dr. Frank R. Wallace is no politically correct academic or pseudo-intellectual philosopher. He deals with hard reality, not with closed-circle abstractions. He is an industrial chemist, a high-stake poker player, and an in-the-trenches entrepreneur/businessman. Only from that unique combination of competitive experience and real-world perspective could Neo-Tech develop. Neo-Tech is not about philosophy or politics. It is about wide-scope business integrations combined with fully integrated honesty. Neo-Tech blends the competitive values of (1) history with logic, (2) the metaphor with the analogue, (3) the abstract with the concrete, (4) the perceptual with the conceptual, (5) the hypothesis with the fact, (6) the serious with the parody, (7) the intellectual with the emotional, (8) the hard-nosed with the compassionate, (9) the general with the specific, (10) the is with the ought1.
1The general definition or the is of Neo-Tech is new technology and new techniques. The specific definition or the ought of Neo-Tech is fully integrated honesty. (Ref: Peikoff, Leonard, Philosophic Integration: Unity in Epistemology and Ethics, 1996)