Hegel's Absolute: An Introduction to Reading the Phenomenology of Spirit
Audio Partners | ISBN: 1572700653 | 1998-09 | MP3 | 32 Mb
This exploratory essay about Aldous Huxley's experience with mescaline, the active principal of peyote, sparked a generation of drug experimentation, and it continues to challenge beliefs about the drugs condoned and forbidden in our society. This classic work is complete and unabridged, with an insightful reading by Rudolf Schirmer, a long-time friend of Huxley. 2 cassettes.
Aldous Huxley is a man so articulate and inciteful, that he has managed to succeed at a dream seeming impossible to most people who have used psychedelic drugs. His descriptions of the mescaline experience are so enchanting, illuminating, and realistic that experienced users will be amazed, while non-users will have their curiousity peaked.
His discussion of the inherent spirituality of the experience and comparisons to Zen Buddhism go to show that not all drugs are destructive. Used correctly, psychedelics may provide some of the deepest insights available into the structure and meaning of the universe. I strongly encourage anyone to read this short and unique book. Unfortunately, those who need to read it the most are the least likely to.
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