Based on a thorough review of the history of the concept,. to a type of phenomenon he called “false hallucinations,” which he considers as intermediates between an idea and true hallucinations: “False hallucination is more than an idea, since its object reveals a vivid and defined shape, which is very close to the appearance of a physical element, but is less than a true hallucination.
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The first half of True Hallucinations is a collection of upbeat, reverb-heavy indie pop songs, somewhere between the territory of Wild Nothing and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.From the driving “Ken” to the shuffle-beat “Spring Break (Birthday Song),” Ex Cops’ display of songwriting is so shamelessly saccharine that it’s hard not to be taken in by their charm.
Let me premise my review with this admonition: Even if a particular reader finds the usage of psychedelic drugs to be a bad idea or just plain wrong, they may still really enjoy this book. The level of adventure in this book is stratospheric. It really is a voyage into the outermost reaches of the Universe and the innermost reaches of the mind. It is an exploration of human consciousness and.
True Hallucinations is the surreal account of the bizarre adventures of Terence McKenna, his b He's one of the most wonderfully verbose non-fiction writers I've ever read. His ramblings are a strange and beautiful combination of extraordinary scientific and metaphysical esoterica with rich and compelling metaphors and genuine, unadorned soul-baring.
True Hallucinations by Terence McKenna Publishers Weekly’s review: In 1971 ethnobotanist McKenna (The Archaic Revival), his brother Dennis and three friends boated to a town in Amazonian Colombia, seeking a hallucinogenic plant that enables the Witoto tribe to talk to elf-like “little men.” In psychedelicized ravings interspersed with diary excerpts, McKenna records their experiences.
An alternative perspective suggests itself if one allows the possibility that the nonself quality of hallucinations is inferred on the basis of the experience of unintendedness that accompanies imagery production. Information-processing models of “intentional” cognitive processes call for abstract planning representations that are linked to goals and beliefs. Unintended actions - and.
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