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Dass, Ram, Still Here: Embracing Aging, Changing, and Dying, Riverhead Books, 2000.

Ram Dass, formerly Richard Alpert, philosophizes on aging and dying, writing that self-enlightenment comes from stepping away from the ego-self and into the soul-self, where people can witness their thoughts and emotions and assess their effects.

Forte, Robert, ed., Timothy Leary: Outside Looking In, Park St. Press, 1999.

A documenter of psychedelic history and phenomenology, Forte provides a multi-faceted look at Leary' s life and writings. These essays by and interviews with Leary address the philosopher's favorite themes: drugs, religion, and death.

Wolfe, Tom, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1999.

Perhaps the definitive book of the 1960s, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test recounts author Tom Wolfe's trip across America with Ken Kesey and his band, The Merry Pranksters. Wolfe recounts a visit to Leary's Millbrook house in upstate New York, where experiments with LSD were a...

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