Maybe Logic: The Lives & Ideas Of Robert Anton Wilson (2003)
Guerrilla ontologist. Psychedelic magician. Outer head of the Illuminati. Quantum psychologist. Sit-down comic/philosopher. Discordian Pope. Whatever the label and rank, Robert Anton Wilson is undeniably one of the foundations of 21th Century Western counterculture. Maybe Logic - The Lives and Ideas of Robert Anton Wilson is a cinematic alchemy that conjures it all together in a hilarious and mind-bending journey guaranteed to increase your brain size 2 - 3 inches! From the water coolers and staff meetings of Playboy and the earth-shattering transmission of the Illuminatus! Trilogy, to fire-breathing senior citizen and Taoist sage, Robert Anton Wilson is a man who has passed through the trials of chapel perilous and found himself on wondrous ground where nothing is for certain, even the treasured companionship of a six-foot-tall white rabbit. Featuring RAW video spanning 25 years and the best of over 100 hours of footage thoroughly tweaked...
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Maybe Logic - Die Video-Dokumentation über Robert Anton Wilsons Gedanken und Leben. Wilson war ein US-amerikanischer Bestsellerautor, Philosoph und Anarchist. Berühmt wurde er unter anderem durch seine Romantrilogie Illuminatus!. Er schrieb auch das Buch "Das Lexikon der Verschwörungstheorien".
Robert Anton Wilson and Karl Hess: Subversion for Fun and Profit
Dr. Robert Anton Wilson was the co-author of the popular Illuminatus! trilogy, which won the Prometheus Hall of Fame award for science fiction in 1986. Wilson has been described at various times throughout his life as a novelist, philosopher, psychologist, essayist, editor, playwright, poet, futurist, civil libertarian and agnostic mystic.
Karl Hess was a noted speechwriter (for Barry Goldwater among others) and author, and later in his life became known as a tax resister, welder, and market anarchist.
In this video from the Libertarian Party's Nominating Convention in 1987 Wilson and Hess team up and field questions from the audience in a humorous, frequently witty, and occasionally irreverent dialogue on everything from early 20th century European and American literature to politicians' inflated egos to pranking the government, yuppies, jaywalking tickets, what the average American should know, and covert operations in Cuba.