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Learn more. Return policy. Refer to eBay Return policy for more details. Proof that Leary was an extraordinary visionary. Jan 20, Chris rated it really liked it.
Written partially while he was serving a prison sentence during , Timothy Leary tries to get serious about the future. To hilarious result! Sep 24, Hannes rated it it was amazing. I actually have "Neuropolitics", writen while he was in prison. A great, great book! View 1 comment.
Jul 01, Philip Lulek rated it liked it. Gordon Liddy watched. Oct 17, Daniel Stein rated it really liked it. Random essays by Leary, a few co-authored with others and at least one written wholly by Wilson. It would have been a better and shorter book if several of these essays had been combined into one work, removing the repetition of the multi-brain stuff, and maybe some other stuff.
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Feb 21, Anthony Faber rated it it was ok. A quick browse tells me that this book is "Neuropolitics" with the addition of a little at the end of "A Real Estate Proposal" and the addition of 2 essays from the 80s at the end. Jun 10, Zach Boyle rated it really liked it.
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The style was a bit knee jerk, but the content was good. Jan 02, Tom Quinn rated it liked it. That's what it's like to read Timothy Leary.
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Like a crazy cuckoo clock, but they say even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Technology is astounding. Tool use got us this far and if we can continually improve our toolmaking skills, then maybe we really could achieve the pie-in-the-sky dreams of space exploration, longer lifespans, and better and better means of communication.
So speculates Mr. Leary, and it's hard not to get swept up in his breathless enthusiasm. Consider that the man was imprisoned and THIS is what he spent his time thinking about. So, why 3 stars? Well, this book is a collection of essays written over a span of about 15 years. As such, there's not a strong continuous message, rather a bunch of short spurts of ideas.
Even Leary says in the intro that the book is one-third boring, one-third silly, and one-third "home runs". The first chunk, when Leary's describing his experiences with The Law and railing against Nixon, was a bit of a slog but everything beyond that is fascinating. Sep 30, Lisa Gallagher rated it it was ok Shelves: nonfiction , history , science-fiction , thebeatgeneration , conspiracies.
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I think this is the book where Leary claims that maybe future time travelers went back to create AIDS to target what they later perceived as the weaker elements of society. But it's been a while, so I'm not sure. What I do remember was that this is a collection of essays that he wrote while he was serving time and that my comprehension of anything he says is tempered by the fact that one hand, I knew of so many LSD casualties caused by his encouragement of the drug and on the other, I grew up watc I think this is the book where Leary claims that maybe future time travelers went back to create AIDS to target what they later perceived as the weaker elements of society.
What I do remember was that this is a collection of essays that he wrote while he was serving time and that my comprehension of anything he says is tempered by the fact that one hand, I knew of so many LSD casualties caused by his encouragement of the drug and on the other, I grew up watching so many great tv shows hello, "PufNStuff"?
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Dec 20, Stefan Rhyner added it. Intersting read as all of his books. I swear everything in here is real even after rehab. Hiroo Yamagata rated it it was ok Feb 10, We are specialists at packing and shipping books and works on paper. All lots purchased by the same client are combined for shipping in order to keep the cost as economical as possible.
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