Imre von Soos, architect, civil engineer, research scientist, philosopher and writer is a Hungarian born, Hungarian and Australian national. His anti-communist activities have forced him to escape from Hungary, and he lived and worked since in Australia, France, Germany, Austria, England, Switzerland, Brazil, the Czech Republic and now again in Austria. He mixed the arts with theoretical and research studies in Nuclear- to Astro-physics, Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, Psychology, Sociology, Ecology, Philosophy, Metaphysics and Mysticism, the wide-spectrum result of which came to expression in all his works.
He wrote seven books: Living Universe, Psycho-Physical Reality, Nascetur Homo Planetaris, The Story of Patak, Against the Current; Science, Religion, Education and a lot of Bull; and O Novo Homem; and many articles on architectural, engineering, scientific, philosophical and social subjects in the English, German, French and Portuguese languages.
Pioneer, rebel, iconoclast and innovator, in plain opposition to the materialist Zeitgeist, he fought and fights for creativity and competence, for autonomous thinking and for cultured spirituality.