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catachresis wrote

Personally, I’ve been wanting to get a copy of Against His-Story, Against Leviathan.

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tabby wrote

Can recommend. I kicked myself for waiting so long to read it.

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putridcod87 wrote

within about 30 minutes of me finishing chapter 11 today, i was reading a writeup about one of perlmans plays and stumbled across that there are audio recordings of AHAL online. 'cept only of the first 11 chapters. typical.

anyway, maybe you are intersted.

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lastfutures wrote

What's the name of the play? Any good? Never heard of that & I love all his other stuff.

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putridcod87 wrote (edited )

illyria street commune

edit: it was the worker student action committee page of the resonance site that helped me stumble across the AHAL audio files, not this page as i thought

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lastfutures wrote

Cool. I'll be reading that for sure. My answer for this thread would've been Letters of Insurgents.

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gnome_chomsky OP wrote (edited )

Note: Sapiens is there because there’s a really interesting section that talks about how agriculture ruined life for humans... it’s sort of anarcho-primitivism so I put it there, but mostly it’s just an interesting book UPDATE: I also realised Humankind is upside down haha, fixed it now

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Tequila_Wolf wrote (edited )

The wiki has a literature section worth looking through.

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Ennui wrote

Studies in Mutualist Political Economy by Kevin Carson. Introduces a substantial anarchist critique of Marxist and right-wing free market economics while unintentionally revealing the flaws of the free-market anarchism Carson supports towards the end of the book. It should be required reading for anyone coming to anarchism from a Socialism Lite understanding of economics.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote (edited )

What do you use them for?

How would you be getting them?

And what's the Idler?

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gnome_chomsky OP wrote

I just read them haha, and the Idler is a really interesting magazine. Basically the premise is, it’s an anarchist magazine that believes in the right not to work. It used to be amazing, and still may be, but I only have some old ones so idk

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I just read them

Then I wouldn't get any more unless I had issues with reading on a screen.

The Idler sounds interesting.

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Kinshavo wrote

Ishmael by Daniel Quinn? I want to read myself and looks like an Interesting book

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inthedustofthisplanet wrote

The Unique and It's Property, The Revolution of Everyday Life, The Society of the Spectacle, In The Dust of this Planet, and A Thousand Plateaus come to mind right now.

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GroundFrost wrote

BLESSED IS THE FLAME. His-story Against Leviathan. Novatore. Bolo Bolo. Very much enjoyed those. And since this is raddle, gotta say hit up LBC and get a copy of To The Desertmaker.

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