Post-anarchism requires the elaboration of another important line of critique against epistemological foundationalism – to accomplish this task, this book takes post-anarchism to its limit through a reading of the philosophy of Georges Bataille.
bolo’bolo – Ardent and Autonomedia have teamed up to bring the most important anarchist utopia (that is neither anarchist or utopian) back into print. If this doesn’t live on your bookshelf then it is arguable that anything lives there at all!
This pamphlet has one reprint of a three person conversation from Anarchy: a journal of desire armed, printed many years ago, and a new conversation between three different poly people this year. Also included is a modified version of one of the better online polyamory FAQs.
Originally published in the 70s but still more than relevant, presented here are a series of quotations, expository writings, and vignettes that will clarify many of the issues plaguing today's committed radicals.
This is still one of the most hard-nosed books to call the left to account -- with scathing, thoughtful rebuttals to those who continue to believe that the revolution is just a matter of consciousness-raising and recruitment, or that identity politics has anything to do with Marxist thought.
In this set of essays Alejandro De Acosta provokes one to consider all life, from its most minute dust swirls to the grand chaos of planets, a game for which we are invited to be open to as endless play.
This is the brief biography of Simon Radowitzky, a youth who attempted the assassination of a police official in Argentina, spent the next 21 years in prison, and got out even more inspirational than he went in
SPECIES BEING AND OTHER STORIES brings together insights from philosophy, politics, psychology and years of thinking about why and how people behave the way that they do, and more specifically, don't behave the way that good radical rhetoric says that they will and should.