Put together by some anti-state pro-revolutionaries for a workshop panel discussion at the 2012 NYC Anarchist Bookfair.
One of Lyotard's most important works, Libidinal Economy concludes a line of thought which develops out of the work of de Sade, Nietzsche, Bataille, Deleuze, Klossowski, Irigaray and Cixous. Libidinal Economy is regarded as the most important response to the philosophies of desire, as expounded by thinkers such as de Sade, Nietzsche, Bataille, Foucault and Deleuze and Guattari. read more »
This pamphlet was made to accompany a cinema screening of two films on bossnapping, Louise-Michel (2008), and employer termination, Laukaus tehtaalla AKA A Shot in the Factory(1973), at a squatted space in South London. The pamphlet and screening are part of the Full Unemployment Cinema 2011-2012 programme. We'll put the whole series of small pamphlets up here.
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We made this oldie reaaal pretty this go 'round.
Georges Bataille - The Sacred Conspiracy
Paul Virilio's Popular Defense of Ecological Struggles (1990)
Introduction to Paul Shepard's Nature & Madness (1982).
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A situationist examination of a tourist’s trip to Prague, written by the tourist himself.
In Liberate Not Exterminate the Curious George Brigade argue that contrary to some anti-civilization assertions, cities can be both environmentally sustainable and free from both the state and capital. Further the hive of culture and thought that cities uniquely facilitate is very much in line with anarchism.
In the hugely influential A Cyborg Manifesto Donna Haraway criticizes traditional notions of Feminism, particularly it's emphasis on identity, rather than affinity. She explores the potential of the cyborg concept in order to construct a postmodern feminism that moves beyond dualisms and the limitations of traditional gender, feminism and politics.
Community and Communism in Russia by Jacques Camatte
From Invariance Series II, n. 4, translation by David Brown, London, 1978.
This text is not included in Camatte’s This World We Must Leave and Other Essays.