Right Where You Are Sitting Now

Right Where You Are Sitting Now

Robert Anton Wilson / Jul 22, 2019

Right Where You Are Sitting Now Discusses consciousness the nature of God sexuality human knowledge robots and the future Robert Anton Wilson best known as the chronicler of the Illuminatus conspiracy is a leading futurist a

  • Title: Right Where You Are Sitting Now
  • Author: Robert Anton Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780914171454
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Discusses consciousness, the nature of God, sexuality, human knowledge, robots, and the future.Robert Anton Wilson, best known as the chronicler of the Illuminatus conspiracy, is a leading futurist, author and guerilla ontologist In this controversial classic he probes Emic reality, Negative Entropy, Witch Hunters of the Scientific Establishment, The Jumping Jesus PhenomDiscusses consciousness, the nature of God, sexuality, human knowledge, robots, and the future.Robert Anton Wilson, best known as the chronicler of the Illuminatus conspiracy, is a leading futurist, author and guerilla ontologist In this controversial classic he probes Emic reality, Negative Entropy, Witch Hunters of the Scientific Establishment, The Jumping Jesus Phenomenon, Is God a Dope, Have Fun with Your Head, and The Reality Labyrinth.

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      • Robert Anton Wilson

        Robert Anton Wilson became, at various times, an American novelist, essayist, philosopher, polymath, psychonaut, futurist, libertarian and self described agnostic mystic Recognized as an Episkopos, Pope, and Saint of Discordianism by Discordians who care to label him as such, Wilson helped publicize the group religion melee through his writings, interviews, and strolls.He described his work as an attempt to break down conditioned associations, to look at the world in a new way, with many models recognized as models or maps, and no one model elevated to the truth My goal is to try to get people into a state of generalized agnosticism, not agnosticism about God alone but agnosticism about everything.


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    1. For whatever reason, with the exception of that play I reviewed, so far I've never really gotten into Robert Anton Wilson's fiction--but his nonfiction I love especially. "Right Where You Are Sitting Now" raises points about the gap between scientific achievement and public knowledge or use of it--citing interesting statistics, like we only use one tenth of the earth's resources deespite all the talk of armageddon, and that infinite multiple realities per person are a proven FACT according to qu [...]


    2. Considerably easier to read than most R.A.W. books, with less sex/violence to boot.On the other hand, I got much more out of Cosmic Trigger.


    3. Robert Anton Wilson made a career out of the literally fabulous or what Michael Miley calls "high wierdness." Conspiracy theories and the like are great sellers and Wilson is always fun, but his standards of scholarship and style are low.


    4. Wish I could give an extra half point for the best shout out to a wife ever. The material is dated, but he was right about a lot of things. There are experimental passages in the book. A lot of them.


    5. The function of This Department is to seek precise, comprehensive, synergetic, ethnomethodological, sociobiological, neurogenic, quantum-mechanical models that will prove useful to both Behaviorists and poets.We operate here by the precisely calculated juxtaposition of idea and image, rapidly altering focus from myopia to presbytopia, looking now through the telescope and then through the microscope (29)Satirical, SF short stories bookend (are juxtaposed with) a collection of short essays, inter [...]


    6. Like sombunall of Wilson’s other books, this one is dedicated to Philip K. Dick and William S. Burroughs. Reading it (them--Wilson's books, I mean), one sees that the dedication does not necessarily imply a personal relationship between this author and those writers. Rather, the subjects about which Wilson writes suggests that he sees himself as carrying on the kind of work Dick and Burroughs did. While Dick and Burroughs are generally known for writing fiction (most of Dick’s novels are sci [...]


    7. I began reading this book just before summertime in my 3rd year of high school. My brother gave me his copy because he was getting rid of many of his old books. I wasn't sure what to expect at all because I had never heard of this book or the author. I started reading it one day and I was instantly hooked by the first chapter. I learned that _Right Where you are Sitting Now_ was a collection of short stories, rants, and thoughts by the writer and philosopher Robert Anton Wilson. Each chapter tra [...]


    8. I really enjoyed this book and as always was introduced to many new ideas and many older ones from Wilson's books I've read were presented in a different manner. In this book Wilson presents several chapters which are largely independent, you could read them in nearly any order and it wouldn't matter, a lot of the content was funny as well. I don't have as much to say about this one since I like Prometheus Rising so much more and most of the material was in that book as well but this one did hav [...]


    9. This was great but the automatic writing got old after a while. I did actually read it all and I saw the repeating patterns. I'm sure it was RAW trying to reprogram my semantic reality tunnel as in if you read "patterned" gobbly guk long enough it will eventually start to make sense.I loved the first short story and there were some very cool entries. The problem with reading something like this that's written 30 years ago is that he makes a lot of predictions and it's really disappointing when " [...]


    10. This is an interesting blend of fiction and non-fiction from RAW. Instead of choosing one or the other, each chapter alternates between a completely incoherent fiction tale, and the usual intellectual jargon found in many of RAW's non-fiction books. I can't say it lives up to The Illuminatus! Trilogy or Cosmic Trigger, but I feel like it's right up there with Schrödinger's Cat Trilogy. Definitely a great book, but won't be entirely memorable in the long run.


    11. This book will boggle your mind. It's one of those books that makes you feel smarter even though you can't really put your finger on why. It's hilarious, it's poignant, and it's insightful. This book will make you think. Parts of it are like a workbook with exercises that oddly resemble self-improvement exercises. It's a must read for any fans of RAW and for people looking to take care of head.


    12. True, the automatic writing and exquisite corpses grows tiresome near the end, but the essays are wonderful fun. I learned a lot, including a few tidbits about the weirdness of quantum mechanics.A book that lives up to its claim to disconnect the reader from paradigms and demolish mental walls.I need to venture into discordianism.


    13. has the best written interpretation of the jumping jesus phenomenon i have seen. (as opposed to the spoken word ones i have heard a few of). some other really insightful articles as long as you can get through all of the cut up articles included.




    14. Not the best of RAW's works, but a number of his essays are thought-provoking, and therefore worth reading.


    15. Robert Anton Wilson's writing has helped me develop into a better human being. I wish more people would read his writing, it does wonderful things for an open mind.



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