Maybe Day 2022: A compilation of RAW writings
New Trajectories, a webring for Robert Anton Wilson's 'Maybe Day'
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As a part of the collaborative Maybe Day project for this year I’ll be listing my posts here that are either directly related to the ideas of Robert Anton Wilson, or related to his works.
Writings About RAW
This section will be updated with new content over the next month.
Check back on Maybe Day, July 23rd, 2022.
Maybe Logic: A Double-Edged Sword - How Maybe Logic can be taken to an extreme and why it needs to be counter-balanced with healthy self-confide-ence.
The RAW Reality of Tech and Transhumanism - The neglected history of the future.
Kerry Thornley Sticks Out In My Mind - Reflections on Discordianism’s other founder.
Writings Related to RAW
Philosopher: Specialization Has Made People Stupid - RAW was adamant about generalization over specialization. The philosopher Steve Patterson not only agrees but thinks we have entered a modern dark age due to hyper-specialization.
Why Home Owners No Longer Truly Own Their Homes - RAW was correct about capitalism being a disguised form of feudalism. This article quotes his piece on The Permanent Rent Strike.
Nurturing is the Nature of Love - RAW emphasized the importance of language. In an attempt to de-mystify and investigate beyond the abstract nature of the word “love”, I look at how it might be clearer to think of it in terms of “nurturing” and life-affirming.
Narratives, Labels, and Propaganda - In highly politicized times, it becomes increasingly difficult just to be understood. Looking past muddy political terms to better “grok” what the other is saying.
“Community” is a Deceptive Word - Is the ubiquitous use of the word “community” programming you?
Notes on Meditation - Scattered thoughts on meditation.
Meditations on Bullshit - laughing and see through it all.
Alan Moore’s Muddy Moral Messages - Alan Moore was heavily influenced by RAW’s maybe logic and it pops up in his fictions themes, though perhaps to the detriment of any edifying message.