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The Revolution of Everyday Life by Raoul Vaneigem

The Revolution of Everyday Life by Raoul Vaneigem

Raoul Vaneigem was one of the most important thinkers within the Situationist International as well as frequent editor of their journal Internationale Situationniste. The Revolution of Everyday Life, written in Vaneigem's typically poetic style, is one of the most important of the Situationist texts, attacking the alienation of capitalist life not only at work but also in our 'free' time.

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"The most striking aspect of Vaneigem's compendium of Free Spirit Lore is his ability to release the material into the present . . .  you can almost feel the whole great edifice of social order—their Church, our capitalist democracy —gather itself up, take a deep breath, and run."  —Greil Marcus, author, Lipstick Traces on The Movement of the Free Spirit

 

Finally, back in print again, the essential handbook for all of us still alienated by modern capitalism. Together with Debord, Vaneigem was the main theorist of situationist ideas. He has the added benefit of being eminently more readable! An incredible work, more potent now than ever. "We have a world of pleasures to win, and nothing to lose but boredom.......You want to fuck around with us? Not for long."

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