Robert Anton’s Wilson’s RICH Economy: Excerpts from the Schrodinger’s Cat Trilogy

In the second book of Robert Anton Wilson’s Schrodinger’s Cat Trilogy, the author incorporates a proposal for creating a post-scarcity, post-work society into a fictional narrative.Wilson is a well known figure in individualist anarchist and anti-work communities and his work often featured ideas associated with both, in addition to heaping helpings of Discordian chaos. R.…

The Sacrifices We Make for Work

I recently have become increasingly aware of a practice I find somewhat disturbing: specifically the practice of parents routinely allowing babies to cry alone until they fall asleep. While it strikes me as barbaric, it has been described to me as necessary for anyone in the given household to get any sleep. In many homes…

When Jobs Become Obsolete

(Nick’s Notes: Unfortunately this will be the last post we see by Mr. Wilson but we hope he comes back again and contributes more to the site when he can! He has expressed interest in doing so so we can hope!) “Ideally, we’d like to help people find ways to earn money with less work,…