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Quantum Psychology: How Brain Software Programs You and Your World

af Robert Anton Wilson

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The book for the 21st Century, complete with exercises. Picks up where PROMETHEUS RISING left off. This is a brand new Wilson original! Hot off the press.
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Not my thing. I gave up. ( )
  KittyCunningham | Apr 26, 2021 |
Not my thing. I gave up. ( )
  Kitty.Cunningham | Jul 19, 2017 |
Wilson might have gotten three stars instead of two if his arrogance and pettiness didn't make more than a token showing. Either he really didn't see how he was guilty of the same or worse absolute statements he pans from scientists, or he didn't care. Parts of this are lucid and thought-provoking - but not the parts he wants you to believe. A lot of nonsense interspersed with a little quantum mechanics, devolving into pseudoscience at the end. Too many logical fallacies, erroneous correlations, and outright snipes at people and groups he doesn't like for this text that is supposed to make you see things completely differently to be taken seriously. I made copious margin comments that I'll build into a full scale review as I researched some of his cites and name-drops. I am reading his Schrodinger's Cat Trilogy in parallel because it is supposed to be "the most scientific of science fiction" (It's not - by a LONG shot) and also his The New Inquisition, which was originally recommended. Unfortunately, while researching a lot found in this book, I found other references warning me that the book that is supposed to turn skepticism on its ear (The New Inquisition) is mostly a diatribe on the skeptics that either called out Wilson, or his pet interests, as well as a lengthy anecdotal and unsubstantiated tale of pseudo-science after pseudo-science.

Bottom line, this is nonsense with a little old school quantum mechanics. Don't waste your time unless your buy into post-modern mumbo-jumbo. ( )
  Razinha | May 23, 2017 |
Quite nice. ( )
  dearchivaris | Oct 10, 2007 |
An interesting and absorbing read from one of the most eccentric thinkers of our time. ( )
  Pattern-chaser | Mar 22, 2007 |
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