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Paperback $29.95

Sep 09, 2003 | 464 Pages

Ebook $28.99

Sep 09, 2003 | 464 Pages

  • Paperback $29.95

    Sep 09, 2003 | 464 Pages

  • Ebook $28.99

    Sep 09, 2003 | 464 Pages

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"A highly entertaining postmodernist novel . . . destined to be a cult classic."—Library Journal

"Wilber, a hip and loquacious philosopher-guru, turns to fiction to flesh out, as it were, his provocative theories about humanity and the Boomers, the generation everyone, including themselves, loves to hate. His erudition is matched by a parodic sense of humor."—Booklist

"Boomeritis is brilliant."—Denver Post

"Wilber, a brilliant and prolific philosopher, serves up some hilarious and cutting commentary in Boomeritis. He hits the mark."—San Francisco Chronicle

"Ken Wilber, America’s bad-ass bodhisattva, is the best philosopher-sage alive—and now this! The great postmodern novel. Characters that are so alive, so outrageous, and most of all, so damn lovable! I had a dozen satoris reading this novel, and so will you. It’s a manual for falling awake."—Stuart Davis, Singer/songwriter

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