Having just finished the excellent new edition of Robert Anton Wilson’s Prometheus Rising from Hilaritas Press, I’m very pleased to read that his 1990 book Quantum Psychology has also been made available through the imprint (with a new introduction by David Jay Brown):
Quantum Psychology offers a coherent and humorous description of how our thoughts, values and behaviors have been colored by our use of language and our prevailing view of the universe. While Quantum Mechanics, relativity, non-Euclidean geometries, non-Aristotelian logic and General Semantics have revolutionized our view of the world, the habits of daily human thought still sit deeply rooted in the thought patterns and linguistic conventions of the middle ages. Through an introduction to E-Prime (English without use of the verb “to be”), the Eight Circuits of the Brain Model, and the labyrinth of Quantum Mechanic’s various views of reality, Quantum Psychology can help your brain improve your perception of yourself and the world.
I was really happy with my copy of Prometheus Rising from Hilaritas—and as Quantum Psychology is like a “follow-up” to P.R., I will definitely be buying this as well!