non-fiction recommendations?

Discussion in 'Non-Fiction Books' started by unconcerned, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. RandomOne

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  2. PsyGrunge

    PsyGrunge Full Fractal Force

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    Looks extremely absorbing; wouldn't mind a read of that meself.
     
  3. DroneLore

    DroneLore h8rs gon h8, I stay based

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    Really? You don't know?
     
  4. DroneLore

    DroneLore h8rs gon h8, I stay based

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    For an esoteric read, check out Psychedelic Anthropology by Alan Coult. It might be hard to track down, but my university's library had a copy. He spends a lot of time discussing obscure spirituality and berating the current state of academe. The best parts of the book are those in which he discusses humanity's lockstep march toward a hive mind.
     
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    The whole series of books by Carlos Castaneda..
     
  6. psychedelic goddess

    psychedelic goddess ♥Messenger of Love♥

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    Castaneda - great suggestion!

    I'd recommend the Tibetan Book of the Dead (the Evans-Wentz version with commentary by Carl Jung)
     
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    If you really enjoy philosophy and all of its relating subjects check out the Oxford Companion to Philosophy. It's a rather large book, but WOW....it's got so much great content, I've been reading through it on and off for about 2 months or so whenever I have it near by....amazing compilation of definitions, biographies etc....

    http://www.amazon.com/Oxford-Companion-Philosophy-Ted-Honderich/dp/0198661320
     

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