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“If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.”—William Blake

I have as friends in Stockholm two people, physicians, who are educated in psychopharmacology and other neurosciences—father and daughter, Vasil and Jeanette. They are reading this currently best-selling book, which they will lend to me when they finish reading it: … Continue reading

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Colin Wilson, “The Outsider”

I just finished reading The Outsider, by Colin Wilson. I will read it, I am sure, no less than two more times, and will make copious notes while doing so. It is one of those rare books by a contemporary … Continue reading

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