Following up on yesterday's post, here is Robert Anton Wilson's recommended book list, as taken from the Books section of the official Web site. Again, Wilson says, "Not the 'best' or even my favorites, exactly: Just the bare minimum of what everybody needs to chew and digest before they can converse intelligently about the 21st Century. In cases where it is possible, I have linked to free versions on the Internet
1. THE MASS PSYCHOLOGY OF FASCISM, Wilhelm Reich.
3. FINNEGAN'S WAKE, James Joyce.
4. THE CANTOS, Ezra Pound.
5. MACHINE ART, Ezra Pound.
6. SELECTED PROSE, Ezra Pound.
7. HARLOT'S GHOST, Norman Mailer.
8. GO DOWN, MOSES, William Faulkner.
9. THE ALPHABET VS. THE GODDESS, Leonard Shlain.
10. THE OPEN SOCIETY AND ITS ENEMIES, Karl Popper (two volumes).
11. CONFUCIUS: THE GREAT DIGEST, THE UNWOBBLING PIVOT, THE ANALECTS, translated by Ezra Pound.
13. CHAOS AND CYBERCULTURE, Timothy Leary, Ph.D.
14. CRITICAL PATH, R. Buckminster Fuller.
16. DIGITAL McLUHAN, Paul Levinson.
17. SAHARASIA, James DeMeo, Ph.D.
18. SCIENCE AND SANITY, Alfred Korzybski.
See also Eric Wagner's chapter, "Appendix Resh, Brain Books," in his AN INSIDER'S GUIDE TO ROBERT ANTON WILSON.