Colin Wilson

Colin Wilson was born in the East Midlands city of Leicester in 1931. After the phenomenal success of his first book The Outsider in 1956, he moved to Cornwall where he pursued a successful career as a writer, producing over 150 titles in fifty-five years. Essentially an existential philosopher, he has also written on crime, psychology, sex, the occult, literature, music, unexplained phenomena, history, pre-history, and over twenty novels in various genres. He died in December 2013.

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Aleister Crowley: The Nature of the Beast

Aleister Crowley: The Nature of the Beast

by Colin Wilson

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Poet, Magician, Mountaineer, Polemicist and Pornographer, Aleister Crowley was the most famous, or infamous, name in twentieth century occultism. With his usual flair and style, Colin Wilson brings... (more)

C.G.Jung: Lord of the Underworld

C.G.Jung: Lord of the Underworld

by Colin Wilson

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Carl Gustav Jung is one of the seminal figures in the history of depth psychology. An enormously influential and original thinker, Jung was for some time Freud's principal disciple, but he became... (more)

G.I. Gurdjieff: The War Against Sleep

G.I. Gurdjieff: The War Against Sleep

by Colin Wilson

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Presents the life and work of one of the most influential psychological theorists of modern times, George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff. This examination of a psychologist and teacher of genius also provides... (more)

Rudolf Steiner: The Man and His Vision

Rudolf Steiner: The Man and His Vision

by Colin Wilson

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Of all the important thinkers of the twentieth century, Rudolph Steiner (1861-1925) is perhaps the most difficult to come to grips with. For the unprepared reader, his work presents a series of... (more)

The Strange Life of P.D.Ouspensky

The Strange Life of P.D.Ouspensky

by Colin Wilson

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One of the most original thinkers of the twentieth century, Pyotr Demianovich Ouspensky was a complex and romantic soul. A promising young intellectual in Tsarist Russia, he won recognition as a... (more)

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