Oz Fritz at the Ancient Wave recording studio. Photo by Lorraine Gervais
Oz Fritz has a new post up, "Philosophy and Magick: Deleuze and Crowley with Special Guest Robert Anton Wilson," which many readers of this blog will likely find interesting. Oz writes about the relationship between magick and philosophy, how "Robert Anton Wilson, Aleister Crowley, and Gilles Deleuze share a common philosophical lineage in Friedrich Nietzsche," Aleister Crowley most famous slogan, and how "One of the most significant books in Aleister Crowley's secondary literature is Illuminatus! by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson." And there's more. This is apparently the start of a new series of pieces by Oz.
If you find Oz' post interesting, you can read my interview with him.
I've been following Oz for a while - I can credit both him and the amazing Groupname for Grapejuice blog for getting me into Giles Deleuze.
His latest post is superb - Oz is writing some brilliant stuff at the moment.
Thank-you Tom and Monocolour.
1. “Nature and Nature’s God” (the original title) is also in the Declaration of Independence.
2. Did Nietzsche ever explicate anything fully?
Trying to post it over there, but Blogspot is broken as usual.
Thanks for reading and commenting, supergee. Not to my knowledge, to answer your second question.
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