For Wildness and Anarchy by Kevin Tucker

For Wildness and Anarchy by Kevin Tucker

This book collects essential essays from anarcho-primitivist Kevin Tucker, originally printed over the last decade in Green Anarchy, Species Traitor, Green Anarchist, Black Clad Messenger, and more.

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288 pages, printed on recycled paper.

The collected works of Kevin Tucker, polemicist, ardent anarcho-primitivist, and publisher ofSpecies Traitor journal.

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There's a lot that has changed over the last decade in which these essays were written. The green anarchist and anarcho-primitivist milieus have come a long way in terms of their maturity and depth. The topic of civilization, much less the understanding of collapse, is relatively new to anarchism, yet the reality of the situation is getting harder to ignore. That reality, to which many anarchists may continue to turn a blind eye, the consequences of domestication--which remain the centerpiece of anarcho-primitivist critique--continue to haunt the Left and demand recognition.

Table of Contents

Preface by Roman J. Leyva



Unintended Consequences

Forest Beyond the Field

The Spectacle of the Symbolic

What is the Totality?

The Creation of Disaster

Case Studies in the Dualistic Nature of the Totality: Technology

Everywhere and Nowhere


Sticks, Stones and Nursing Homes

Eternal Frontier, Eternal War

The Witch and the Wildness

Open Cages, Closed Minds


Agents of Change

Revolt of the Savages

It's Time to Disorganize

Class Struggle, Commodification and Modernized Society

To Produce or Not to Produce?

Revolution and/or Insurrection?

The Failure of Revolution 

The Message and the Messenger


Disgust of Daily Life



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