An essay on Anthropology by Harold Barclay, the author of "People without Government".
Published in 1986 as the fourth part of a proposed Anarchist Encyclopaedia.
In this classic study, Reich provides insight into the phenomenon of fascism, which continues to ravage the international community in ways great and small. read more »
This anthology gathers together a broad range of critical material about the Situationist International. The texts run sequentially according to date of original publication, thereby providing an overview of the way in which situationism has been historicised in the Anglo-American world. A wealth of historical and interpretative information is provided by various contributors. read more »
Anarchist ideas are not dead things, to be viewed as a logical conclusion of certain ideas of justice, equality or "humanity." There is no logical series, no precise and irrefutable argument that must convince a rational person. read more »
"We receive these hazy illusions like a narcotic necessary to bear life. But what happens to us when, disintoxicated, we learn what we are? Lost among babblers in a night in which we can only hate the appearance of light which comes from babbling. read more »
two essays by Russell "Maroon" Shoats
not yr cister press
LIP and the Self-Managed Counter Revolution by the French journal Négation
Originally published in English in 1975 by Black & Red. This edition published in 2006 by re-pressed.
Mundinho Pseudo-Autônomo: Retrato de ignorância de indivíduos frente a contra-cultura.
Mundinho Pseudo-Autônomo 2: Supostos autônomos e seu modo de dependência neoburguesa.
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Fanged Noumena brings together the writings of Nick Land for the first time. During the 1990s Land's unique philosophical work, variously described as 'rabid nihilism', 'mad black deleuzianism' and 'cybergothic', developed perhaps the only rigorous and culturally-engaged escape route out of the malaise of 'continental philosophy' - a route which was implacably blocked by the academy. read more »
No being deserves punishment, we all need healing.
Here is a course of action: harden, worsen, accelerate decadence. Adopt the perspective of active nihilism, exceed the mere recognition-be it depressive or admiring–of the destruction of all values. Become more and more incredulous. Push decadence further still and accept, for instance, to destroy the belief in truth under all its forms. read more »
Dawn marks Nietzsche's first significant confrontation with morality and offers glimpses of many of the signature themes developed in his later works. Here he launches his campaign against traditional morality and democracy, for an aristocratic culture and an immoral free man. read more »
This zine is an excerpt from The Housing Monster by prole.info, including Part Two of the book: “The Construction Site”. We at hearts and fists distro have prepared this zine for your reading and printing (just 12 sheets!) pleasure; please freely redistribute. read more »
The Will to Power, compiled from Nietzsche's originally unpublished notebooks, is one of the most famous books of the past hundred years. The Will to Power represents a stunning selection from Nietzsche's later notebooks, in a topical arrangement that enables the reader to find what Nietzsche wrote on nihilism, art, morality, religion, the theory of knowledge, and whatever else interested him. read more »
Neoliberal Frontiers: An Ethnography of Sovereignty in West Africa (Chicago Studies in Practices of Meaning)Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 01/15/2013 - 23:45.
In Neoliberal Frontiers, Brenda Chalfin presents an ethnographic examination of the day-to-day practices of the officials of Ghana’s Customs Service, exploring the impact of neoliberal restructuring and integration into the global economy on Ghanaian sovereignty.