This concise volume presents four translated lectures by Albert Hofmann, the chemist who first synthesized LSD and dosed himself. They are from the very end of his life, reflecting on the nature of reality and scientific enterprise, particularly pharmaceutical research, but also human happiness and the application of natural science in psychotherapy. He also talks about the use of psychedelics at the time of death. They are general talks, but utilize specialized language. Two afterwords appear in the back that dub him St. Albert, including one by the cover artist, Alex Grey. Annotation √•¬©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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