Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse | Episode 023

January 1, 2016

By listener request, Infinite Gestation covers Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse. More of a parable on spirituality than an actual novel, the book concerns a philosophical quest toward enlightenment, rendered in simple, straight-forward prose that may have lost some of its power through translation from the author’s native German. The panel offers further reading recommendations for those that despise, enjoy or love this book. Some works by Timothy Leary come highly recommended. Also, Sam makes fun of Ayn Rand.

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