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Cory
Essays provocative and incendiary
220 Extrications: History, Tradition, Theory, by Shawn P. Wilbur
This text is part of the workshop series Constructing Anarchisms with Shawn P. Wilbur. I will post as many of the workshop readings as I can, in a gesture toward supporting accessibility for all. More info at https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/workshops/workshop-constructing-anarchisms/ Join the facebook group to receive the reading assignments and announcements at https://www.facebook.com/groups/constructinganarchisms/?multi_permalinks=402401670884088&notif_id=1605994710498837&notif_t=group_activity&ref=notif History, Tradition, Theory on Shawn P. Wilbur’s page Libertarian-Labyrinth.org Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 21
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219 A Critique of Critique, from Attentat
This text is part of Attentat Journal, published by Pistols Drawn and available from LittleBlackCart.com Attentat from LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 21
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218 Art of Nothing, from Attentat
This is a nihilist text inspired by the Art of War. Attentat from LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 21
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217 How the Stirner Eats Gods, by Alejandro de Acosta
This article first appeared in Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed #67, in Spring/Summer 2009. Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed #67 at LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 19
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216 The Nomadic War Machine, by Z. I. Sadeq
“Nomadic movement is a security vulnerability, an innate flaw in the operating system of the techno-industrial system. It describes the phenomenon of perpetual warfare and conflict of varying intensities throughout the history of civilization. It describes conflicts as varied as ancient tribal warfare and the modern War in Afghanistan.” ~ Z. I. Sadeq in The Nomadic War Machine Immediatism.com My other podcast at PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 19
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215 Corrosive Consciousness 13, by Bellamy Fitzpatrick
On anarcho-primitivism, including a critique of certain ideas prominent in the thinking of two very public anarcho-primitivists, and Bellamy’s original and highly engaging analysis. Part 1: Examination of the tropes of the Western civilized mythos — self-alienation, dualism, rationalism, optimism, and monotheism — investigations of their origins, roles in civilization, history, and recent effects on theory. Part 2: AP’s participation in these tropes, demonstrating in each case a failure to commit to the deep implications of a truly anti-civ perspective and instead stumbling into a quagmire of incomplete critique, contradiction, and confusion. Part 3: Review of the AP responses to past criticisms and anticipation of current and future criticisms. Postscript: Bellamy’s suggestions for a truly anti-civ form of life. Corrosive Consciousness at LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast at PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 19
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214 Corrosive Consciousness 12, by Bellamy Fitzpatrick
On anarcho-primitivism, including a critique of certain ideas prominent in the thinking of two very public anarcho-primitivists, and Bellamy’s original and highly engaging analysis. Part 1: Examination of the tropes of the Western civilized mythos — self-alienation, dualism, rationalism, optimism, and monotheism — investigations of their origins, roles in civilization, history, and recent effects on theory. Part 2: AP’s participation in these tropes, demonstrating in each case a failure to commit to the deep implications of a truly anti-civ perspective and instead stumbling into a quagmire of incomplete critique, contradiction, and confusion. Part 3: Review of the AP responses to past criticisms and anticipation of current and future criticisms. Postscript: Bellamy’s suggestions for a truly anti-civ form of life. Corrosive Consciousness at LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast at PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 18
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213 Corrosive Consciousness 11, by Bellamy Fitzpatrick
On anarcho-primitivism, including a critique of certain ideas prominent in the thinking of two very public anarcho-primitivists, and Bellamy’s original and highly engaging analysis. Part 1: Examination of the tropes of the Western civilized mythos — self-alienation, dualism, rationalism, optimism, and monotheism — investigations of their origins, roles in civilization, history, and recent effects on theory. Part 2: AP’s participation in these tropes, demonstrating in each case a failure to commit to the deep implications of a truly anti-civ perspective and instead stumbling into a quagmire of incomplete critique, contradiction, and confusion. Part 3: Review of the AP responses to past criticisms and anticipation of current and future criticisms. Postscript: Bellamy’s suggestions for a truly anti-civ form of life. Corrosive Consciousness at LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast at PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 18
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212 Corrosive Consciousness 10, by Bellamy Fitzpatrick
On anarcho-primitivism, including a critique of certain ideas prominent in the thinking of two very public anarcho-primitivists, and Bellamy’s original and highly engaging analysis. Part 1: Examination of the tropes of the Western civilized mythos — self-alienation, dualism, rationalism, optimism, and monotheism — investigations of their origins, roles in civilization, history, and recent effects on theory. Part 2: AP’s participation in these tropes, demonstrating in each case a failure to commit to the deep implications of a truly anti-civ perspective and instead stumbling into a quagmire of incomplete critique, contradiction, and confusion. Part 3: Review of the AP responses to past criticisms and anticipation of current and future criticisms. Postscript: Bellamy’s suggestions for a truly anti-civ form of life. Corrosive Consciousness at LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast at PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 17
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211 Corrosive Consciousness 9, by Bellamy Fitzpatrick
On anarcho-primitivism, including a critique of certain ideas prominent in the thinking of two very public anarcho-primitivists, and Bellamy’s original and highly engaging analysis. Part 1: Examination of the tropes of the Western civilized mythos — self-alienation, dualism, rationalism, optimism, and monotheism — investigations of their origins, roles in civilization, history, and recent effects on theory. Part 2: AP’s participation in these tropes, demonstrating in each case a failure to commit to the deep implications of a truly anti-civ perspective and instead stumbling into a quagmire of incomplete critique, contradiction, and confusion. Part 3: Review of the AP responses to past criticisms and anticipation of current and future criticisms. Postscript: Bellamy’s suggestions for a truly anti-civ form of life. Corrosive Consciousness at LittleBlackCart.com Immediatism.com My other podcast at PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com
Nov 17
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