Chad Nelson, who discussed Robert Anton Wilson's SNAFU principle in "Libertarianism as Direct Experience," has now tackled RAW's Quantum Psychology in a new piece for the Center for a Stateless Society, a "Left Market Anarchist Think Tank and Media Center" whose left brand of libertarianism seems fairly close to RAW's own politics.
Chad's article, "Psychology for Anarchists," does a good job of describing the book and is kind enough to refer readers to this site's Quantum Psychology discussion group (still available on the right side of this page.) He writes, "One of Wilson’s fan sites – www.rawillumination.net – joins readers together to discuss the exercises in a chat forum and, surprisingly, most are completely appropriate for remote participation." I did do my best to stick to the exercises as given in the book, but I did adapt some of them as necessary for the Internet.
Excerpt from Chad's piece:
Wilson refers to his system in various places in the book as “model agnosticism.”Attempting to pigeonhole the world into any one rigid belief system or model must necessarily fail, as new information constantly updates and amends one’s perception of the world. Model agnosticism, one begins to feel, can be a healthy and informed way to approach life. At its most basic, model agnosticism can be viewed as constant skepticism.
Chad is an attorney and his biography is here. One of his specialties seems to be applying family law to special needs persons. He is active in Special Olympics and is an affiliate member of the ACLU.