Although Colin Wilson does engage in the occasional non sequitur, and is perhaps not always sufficiently critical about the implications of some of Gurdjieff’s stories about his own life, this is still a good, workmanlike introduction to Gurdjieff’s ideas, life and work. In the last chapter, Wilson critically, yet sympathetically, consider Gurdjieff’s ideas. A good place to start, or just to get a feel, for a remarkable figure.
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