Pamphlets

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The famous essay by Oscar Wilde, and the one in which he most clearly promotes anarchist thought. This pamphlet is from Enemy Combatant. They describe it...
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A Neil Keating Reader Neil Keating was a regular contributor to the magazine Anarchy: a journal of desire armed , in the 90s. Here are collected the...
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This essay by Benjamin de Casseres is "an imaginative fable, investigating the nature of civilization," positing an aging Chiron musing about his...
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Anarchy and Piracy, an essay by Gabrielle Kuhn, afterword by Damon Nomad Addresses the slave-like social conditions of the capitalist age, and seeks to...
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by Nietzsche A striking early essay that inaugerates Nietzsche’s critique of representationism, with reference to Plato’s philosophical view of the “real”...
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Explores the ideas and temperament of those prone to individualist thinking. To bring out its contours and contrasts, he places such a personality in dialog...
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A reprint by Enemy Combatant from The Match! This piece delivers a darkly hilarious meditation on this ever-present relationship in our world. Rent is...
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selected writings of Georges Palante Palante’s obsession is society vis-a-vis the individual. Building on the work of thinkers like Stirner and Nietzsche,...
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Anarchism and Eastern Thought Includes the only remaining fragment from one of the earliest fully-articulated arguments regarding anarchism, from the work...
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An essay by Chahta-Ima, weighing in on the question of tactics, controversy, and eco-extremism, in the context of the infuriating, outrageous, and tragic...
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An Alternative View of Twin Oaks Community Written by an anonymous long-term resident of Twin Oaks, this is a realistic breakdown of how hierarchy exists,...
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Essays from Love and Rage and from the Network of Anarchist Collectives on structure and organizing, collected and introduced by A. Iwasa.
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and Other Writings by John Beverly Robinson Robinson was one of a small group who pioneered conscious egoism at the turn of the 19th century and an...
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What is leftism to anarchy but deceitful priest-craft in a new mask and cloak? Leftism is the gospel of submissiveness and blank uniformity and...
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The sheer radical nature of de Sade's destructive atheism (which concluded that pleasure was the sole purpose of existence) makes him the Dark Night of the...
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Highly regarded in the history of Japanese philosophy, Keiji Nishitani (1900-1990) was one of the foremost Eastern minds grappling with the challenge of...
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Subtitled The False Opposition of Animal Liberation, this Enemy Combatant essay is a "wholesale demolition job on the myopic limitations of animal rights...
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This is an address delivered by the conscious egoist John Badcock, Jr, in 1894, before the South Place Ethical Society, London, when he critiqued the...
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Shoot an arrow through your cell phone, cancel your Netflix subscription, turn off the radio, and start creating your own reality. This collection provides...
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In this provocative essay Massimo Passamani presentsa succinct and revealing description of Stirner's libertarian, egoist, social intercourse through his...
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An essay by Peter Gray from a talk he gave at the Pagan Federation South Central conference, June 7, 2014. This reads much like an anarchist exhorting...
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Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity, and the Art of Living This pamphlet from Enemy Combatant is the last essay written by John Moore, noted British author...
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The Marquis de Sade was the first modern atheist who openly declared in writing his willingness to push atheism to its logical conclusions. He certainly...
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A collection of insurrectionary essays from unnamed individuals north of the border. Includes February, 2003, Activist Practice and Revolutionary Struggle,...
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Along with At Daggers Drawn , this is a classic of insurrectionary anarchism, by the single writer who has done the most to explain and explore the...
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This is a classic of Italian insurrectionary anarchy, written and known well before insurrection was a gleam in the eye of americans. On the one hand there...
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A.G. Schwartz produced the book We are an Image from the Future , one of two good books on the 2008 insurrections in Greece. These essays provide an...
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Legendary through its very obscurity, This was first published in 1984 and has been preserved and spread through hand-passed photocopies by a devoted cult...
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The Oppressed Writings of A.L and V.L. Gordin This pamphlet collects just a few of the surviving literary fragments and insurrectionary ephemera produced...
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This issue: getting started with linux kernel modules; interview with Annalee Newitz; darknets and other alternative internets; hacking freight trains, and...
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This issue: zen and the art of non-disclosure; how the net was lost; exotic vulnerabilities; advanced cross-site scripting, and continuing... This is a...
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This issue: hack this site founder raided by fbi (this is the excellent Jeremy Hammond, currently doing time, send him a letter); right wing hackers target...
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This issue: pirate radio and the FCC; writing a web worm in php; UK indymedia interview; misadventures of Irish hackers; tunneling and tor; proxy chaining;...
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This issue: hack this site founder raided by fbi (this is the excellent Jeremy Hammond, currently doing time, send him a letter); right wing hackers target...
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Ed Mead is a revolutionary, queer, godless commie and ex-political prisoner who went to jail for his part in a group called "the George Jackson Brigade",...
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Enemy Combatant does their version of this well-known and -loved classic of insurrectionary anarchy. On the one hand there is the existent, with its...
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Why Pay for a Revolution on the Installment Plan When You Can Steal One? The writings of the late, lamented Paul Z. Simons are far-ranging, thoughtful, and...
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A booklet by Guillaume Paoli (and a group of unnamed others), who also wrote Demotivational Training , and who has been thinking and writing about work...
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A non-anarchist's take on many things of interest to modern anarchists, most significantly the relation of Nietzsche's thinking to Stirner's, from...
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The theme for this issue is something along the lines of full-spectrum maternity, with articles on how humans have and still do kill infants,...
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One of the oldest, most rigid, and seemingly instinctual thought-patterns is the figure of the monster. Instilled in us since childhood, the monster has...
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Those who agree that the clash with an enemy about to crush us and the struggle to assert our - anarchist - vision of life is perfectly valid, but think we...
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A series of pieces demonstrating the interest and concern of some egoists for questions of the world around us, with far greater breadth and imagination...
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Two pieces, an interview with Ben Morea, and Aragorn!'s article "Nihilist Animism." There is a painful and enormous gap between being (or naming...
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Misanthropic Writings from the Anti-Social Edge I suppressed word after word from my vocabulary. When the massacre was over, only one had escaped:...
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Enemy Combatants brings us the collected columns by Wolfi Landstreicher from the magazine Anarchy: a journal of desire armed (or AJODA). It includes...
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This pamphlet brings an article written by someone calling themselves "Le Libertaire," presumed to be Louise Michel, and recently translated by John Tresch....
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A graphically rich, Fourier-inspired pamphlet by Peter Lamborn Wilson. Charles Fourier still holds what you might call a passional attraction for us...
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