Via idiolect, I found The Julian Jaynes Society, which is devoted to the work of (surprise) Julian Jaynes, a Princeton psychologist who wrote The Origins of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind.
I stumbled upon Origins my freshman year of college, and was sufficiently inspired to go up to Princeton to talk to him about his work. Looking back, it was rather ridiculous a thing to do, and it’s a testament to Jaynes’ generosity that he would take part of a Saturday morning to talk to an 18 year-old who cold-called him.
I’m not sure what to make of his ideas now; it would be interesting to go back to his book and if it seems as impressive. The book’s argument isn’t the kind that you can’t prove right or wrong, but maybe it would still be worth arguing with.