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www.hofmann.org. Shop About Contact Subscribe Disclaimer stories tips music art trip toys research news liberty best of Free Book: The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley by Psychedelic Frontier on May 2, 2013 1 Comment stories Aldous Huxley became a pioneer in the (practically nonexistent) field of modern psychedelic literature in 1954 when he published The Doors of Perception, a short but detailed book about his experience with mescaline. The Being of Platonic philosophy except that Plato seems to have made the enormous, the grotesque mistake of separating Being from becoming and identifying it with the mathematical abstraction of the Idea. As Huxley believes that contemplation should also include action and charity, he concludes that the experience represents contemplation at its height, but not its fullness. 156 ^ Dunaway, David King (1989) p. Huxley was overwhelmed to the point where he decided his previous experiments, the ones detailed in Doors and Heaven and Hell, had been nothing but "entertaining sideshows." He wrote in a letter to Humphry Osmond, that he experienced "the direct, total awareness, from the inside, so to say, of Love as the primary and fundamental cosmic fact. Retrieved 2016-10-25. The Doors of Perception First edition (UK) Author Aldous Huxley Country United Kingdom Language English Subject Philosophy Published 1954 Chatto & Windus (UK) Harper & Row (US) Mediatype Print (hardback & paperback) Pages 63 (hardcover, first edition; without the accompanying essay 'Heaven & Hell', written in 1956) ISBN 0-06-059518-3 OCLC 54372147 Dewey Decimal 615/.7883 22 LCClass RM666.P48 H9 2004 . Psychiatric responses included those of William Sargant, the controversial British psychiatrist, who reviewed the book for The British Medical Journal and particularly focused on Huxley's reflections on schizophrenia.