Pamphlets

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You could call My Own #18 the "relationship issue". It starts off with the editor's rant on wanting friends , not community; further on L. Mirari writes...
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The Book of Nothing - Nihilist Magick Liber Nihil defines Nihilism as the lack of meaning in anything unless is is assigned by oneself. It relates...
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From the folks who bring you Baedan, here is a booklet of Ludueña's article that first appeared in a collection on post-Hegelian philosophy in Argentina....
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A handsome booklet, with letterpressed cover, of a new translation of a previously censored and unavailable text by Jean Genet. "The Criminal Child" is a...
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Ending with a rather optimistic prediction that more and more people will realize their freedom, this essay is a consideration of liberty, free will,...
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Jason McQuinn, a venerable figure in U.S. anarchist publishing (for decades a part of Anarchy: a journal of desire armed and now behind Modern Slavery ),...
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Propaganda by the Deed in France The late 19th century was an exciting time to be an anarchist. It was a time of assassinations, conspiracies, daggers,...
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This pamphlet explores the filaments between anarchy and conscious egoism (a connection that's as old as anarchism itself) through a series of five essays...
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This world is one that wears down our bodies and spirits. It does this through too much work, or anxiety-producing precarity, or the poisonous products...
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"The time has come to prepare the sacred cow of work for slaughter." There are never enough people singing the praises of idleness. Len Bracken adds to...
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Jack Commons, Enemy Combatant Publications
Sometimes the most interesting critiques of civilization come from the strangest, most unpredictable, most oblique directions. Such is the case with...
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This 24-pa ge pamphlet features four fascinating explorations into the brilliant mind of Charles Fourier (1772-1837). While his ideas are mostly...
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