Guerrilla ontology

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Guerrilla ontology is a practice inspired by guerrilla warfare, described by Robert Anton Wilson as an ontological method of dealing with people with extremely fixed worldviews.[citation needed]

In The Illuminati Papers, Wilson defines guerrilla ontology as: "The basic technique of all my books. Ontology is the study of being; the guerrilla approach is to so mix the elements of each book that the reader must decide on each page 'How much of this is real and how much is a put-on?'" The use of guerrilla ontology is to present through mainstream media conflicting worldviews to dissuade the populace from ascertaining underlying realities.[citation needed]