I got a call for some Alan Watts in our Buddhism discussion, so here's one of many clips of his from youtube that touches on a theme discussed on the episode (i.e. nothingness and the interdependence of opposite, plus a quick statement without much explanation of Big Self) and which has some good background music that makes the whole thing fairly mesmerizing.
I'm going to withhold judgment at this point, as there's not a lot of meat to this clip. I suspect that this kind of philosophy seems cooler the less you analyze it; that's at least my vague memory from reading The Bookback in maybe 1991. However, I welcome readers here to chime in with any positive things they have to say about him, and if there's enough popular demand, I can look further into him and/or potentially try to get him covered in an eventual podcast episode.