Nobody's advocating anti-intellectualism, except you in making it a topic. While it is true that one of RMP's goals is to expand rationality, he also has plenty to say about the mystic point-of-view. Consider, for example, what he says about the Cheyenne male: "His thinking is rationalistic to a high degree and yet colored with mysticism." Rationality and mysticism need not be an either or proposition. Exploring the mystic point-of-view does not indicate anti-intellectualism. Count the times 'mystic' appears in LILA. I think you making anti-intellectualism a topic is more of your blarney: an effort to inflate the importance of your own statements. It's like you stating that Steve Peterson was "freaked out" over something you said, or like you saying Alan Wallace "loves" James.