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  • Wilson is one of the more interesting thinkers to come out of the 20th century, and the documentary is a loving tribute to him

    • by Walter Swanson
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      Maybe Logic is a documentary on the life and thought of Robert Anton Wilson. Wilson is best known for his “Illuminatus Trilogy” written with Robert Shea (The Illuminatus Trilogy was, prior to watching this documentary, my only contact with the work of the man).

      The documentary is really


      quite fascinating, dealing with his thought (dealing mostly with his “Maybe Logic,” his idea that the Universe contains a maybe and that if we all used the word maybe a little more often we might all just go stark-raving sane), as well as his battles with post-polio syndrome.

      For ...


      • fans and non-fans of Mr.

        Wilson alike, the documentary is well worth seeing.

        Wilson is one of the more interesting thinkers to come out of the 20th century, and the documentary is a loving tribute to him.

        It is also a very inspiring piece of work, watching

        this man continue to meet every day with his optimism despite the obvious pain which is wracking his body due to his polio.

        The strength of the man was truly remarkable, and I can think of no better tribute to the life and work of Robert Anton Wilson than “Maybe Logic.




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