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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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Taking Leave of Some Teachers

The last name of George Ivanovich Gurdjieff was a household word in my father’s family, along with that of Gurdjieff’s major disciple, Peter Demianovich Ouspensky. I remember hearing these two strange sounding names from the mid-1940s when I was around … Continue reading

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