In Who Are We? Aldous Huxley explores the human mindbody from the empirical to the transcendent, beginning with the workings of human physiognomy, touching on the function of the brain, commenting on both the importance and limitations of language, and ultimately advising that we uneclipse ourselves. In the course of his long association with the Vedanta Society of Southern California, Aldous Huxley was an important contributor to the Society s literary heritage. Who Are We? and the informal question/answer session were recorded at the Society on a wire recorder and have been digitally transferred by Vedanta Archives and mastered by mondayMEDIA. While the audio quality of the Q&A session may be less than modern studio standard, the spirited exchange is not to be missed. The entire Question/Answer session straddles two CDs, part being included at the conclusion of Knowledge and Understanding. When Knowledge and Understanding was originally released, it was believed that the Q&A followed that lecture; but we've since discovered that the entire Q&A session that is split between these two recordings followed Who Are We?.