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forgotten_passwords wrote (edited )

  • Elementary Principles of Philosophy - Georges Politzer
  • Capital Volume 1 - Karl Marx
  • Irregular Army How the US Military Recruited Neo-Nazis, Gang Members, and Criminals to Fight the War on Terror - Matt Kennard
  • One-Dimensional Man - Herber Marcuse
  • Living in the End-Times - Slavoj Zizek
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BADC wrote

The Encyclopedia of Celtic Wisdom, A Celtic Shaman's Sourcebook. I found a lot of neat history in it. The title says encyclopedia but it is a book, not a list of defined things. I got it from a really old pagan/wiccan lady that grows all kinds of exotic plants in her house. She gave me a ton of stuff. Next year I should be able to turn people into toads.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Mahmood Mamdani's Citizen and Subject (see w/decolonial)
Jackie Wang's Against Innocence: Race, Gender and the Politics of Safety (discussion here)
and Anarcho-Nietzscheans & the Question of Anarchist Ethics (discussion here)

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BADC wrote

I was going to ask after commenting on your discussion on Against Innocence, perfect, thanks

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miser wrote (edited )

Currently reading:

T.A.Z.: Temporary Autonomous Zones, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism by Hakim Bey

Pirate Utopias by Hakim Bey

Planning on reading eventually (if I have time):

The Honest Drug Book by Dominic Milton Trott

PikHAL by Alexander Shulgin

TikHAL by Alexander Shulgin

Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture by Uncle Fester

LSD by Otto Snow

The Book of Secret Hiding Places by Jack Luger

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alex_ wrote

just finished “The Long Haul” by Finn Murphy who was a long-haul trucker. was interesting as from the outset he said he wouldn’t engage with any silly trucker cowboy myth type stuff as it’s all crap. he was a long haul mover which was cool to hear about but i fucking hate moving so there were a few pages where i couldn’t help thinking “god that sounds like a nightmare.”

just started “La vida privada de los árboles” by Alejandro Zamba. highly recommend his “My Documents” short stories which is available in Spanish and English

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bloodrose wrote

Black and Green Review #3 this week. Bought a Zerzan book at Powell's today so maybe that soon too...

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selver wrote

Freedom: My Dream by Enrico Arrigoni

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Any good? I've never heard of it.

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selver wrote

It's great so far. First hand account of WW1, Spanish civil war, etc. from an Italian Stirner-influenced anarchist who was in the thick of it.

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Fossidarity wrote

I just finished Daoism and Anarchism by John A. Rapp which I really enjoyed.

Yesterday I started reading Against the Grain by James Scott.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Daoism and Anarchism

I couldn't get through it! But it's a cool book with a lot of great info for anarchists.

I like that story, Peach Blossom Spring, and how he explains its significance, also.

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Fossidarity wrote

I almost got stuck at the second part about Mao but after that were the appendices with translations of old Daoist texts, which I can recommend! Probably the thing that kept me reading was my fascination with Chinese culture.