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Modern Western culture and technology is inextricably tied to the belief in the existence of a self as a separate ego, separated from and in conflict with the rest of the world. In this classic book, Watts provides a lucid and simple presentation of an alternative view based on Hindu and Vedantic philosophy.
A witty attack on the illusion that the self is a separate ego that confronts a universe of alien physical objects.See all Editorial Reviews
All of Alan Watts books and recordings are worth a read or a listen. This is no exception.Published 14 days ago by JP
One of the coolest little books EVER! If you are just getting to know about Alan Watts, this a perfect introduction to some of his key concepts. Perfectly simple. Highly recommend!Published 28 days ago by Adam C. Smith
Greatest amongst his works. Even superseding The Wisdom of Insecurity! Well wriiltten and easily understandable! Don't miss out on the opportunity to read this!Published 1 month ago by William R. Cole
One of the most fundamental works of Alan Watts, portraying ideas of eastern philosophy which are absolutely central to much of buddhism, taoism and hinduism. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. J. Reed