Oz Fritz at his "The Oz Mix" blog, recently connected to the New Trajectories webring, takes on the Schroedinger's Cat trilogy with a long new essay. I won't try to summarize it here, but Oz writes about how the current prevalence of violence in the U.S. and in the Ukraine war connects with how dealing with violence is a big theme of the trilogy.
Oz writes about how the world seemed to be on a more positive trajectory a few decades ago (something that I think Jesse Walker also talked about in the recent Hilaritas Press podcast, although lacking a transcript I can't be sure.) Oz writes, ""In our current political, social, and economic climate with so much violence and unrest, it seems crucial to preserve, embody and transmit all this brain-change information and technologies [in Wilson's works and other works] for future generations."
I have more thoughts on Oz' essay but I left a long comment at his blog post.