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Schrodinger's Cat Trilogy

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Product details

  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Dell Publishing (1979)
  • ISBN-10: 0440500702
  • ISBN-13: 978-0440500704
  • ASIN: B003ZDXTLQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,385,592 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Paperback
Schrodinger`s Cat is as much a part of Robert Anton Wilson`s philosophy as it is a novel. Mr Wilson propounds many of the theories to be found in his "factual" work, but with the added bonus of hitching them to a thoroughly readable and at times thrilling narrative. By telling the story from so many different points of view, and having it played out in various quantum realities, Robert Anton Wilson is able to give us a telling insight into his theories on the nature of reality, and the myriad possibilities contained therein. You may want to pause every now and then to catch your breath as characters change roles, destinies and even genders. The book continues what Mr Wilson refers to as his "Guerilla Ontology", and as the narrative moves towards it`s breath taking conclusion, you may find yourself praying that he is just having a bit of a laugh at the readers expense. If he isn`t, it puts a whole new slant on the search for immortality, and there may be a good argument for printing the phrase "Don`t try this at home" on the cover.
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A relentless assault your sencebilities. Don't blame me if the world goes fuzzy for a while after reading this book. This is the natural result when new brain circuits are being activated. This is a magick book that has the power to enrich (confuse maybe) your life. If you read this book and don't enjoy it may I suggest that you investigate the works of Albert Hoffman first, then attempt to re-read it.
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I did want to like this book as I loved Prometheus Rising - but unfortunately it just wasn't for me.
It's quite possible that I didn't get the subtleties of it (e.g. just read in a US review that "Markov Chain is a randomly occuring set of events" - cue Markoff Chaney character)

As I think other reviews have mentioned - you need to pay VERY close attention - and probably know a bit more about the general philosophical area than I do. I also don't read constantly - occasionally on commutes and so I very much lost continuity of the plot and characters .... if there was any. A main theme through the book is alternative universes and so I think this was reflected in the book itself - doesn't suit my sieve of a memory.
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I read this book and others by this author in the '70s. It's a great read.
It's more accessible now. (I'm older and the ideas are less"strange") Time has caught up with R A Wilson.
These books are great, highly recommended. So buy them and enjoy...This supplier is good in all ways.
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