Dark Mountain is a not-anarchist English (mostly literature) project that is remarkably in synch with current green anarchist thinking on the environment and the options of humans (see Black Seed and Desert).
This is their manifesto.
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Writings from clandestinity
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A scathing critique of Debord and his concept of the Spectacle, by a notorious author of roughly contemporaneous times. A worthwhile splash in the face for those who take the Sits a bit too seriously.
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Essays by Penelope and Franklin Rosemont, two of the most renowned surrealist anarchist artists in the US, on two remarkable characters, Mary MacLane and Arthur Cravan.
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The Politics of the Personal and the Radical Aesthetics of Self
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Freedom, My Dream is the one book put out by Ardent that anyone can love. It's fun, funny, historical, egoist, adventurous and humble.
This is an excerpt of it, to whet your appetite.
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Two critiques of Tiqqun's controversial (and font-heavy) Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl.
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When you can't stand to have the conversation one more time, just hand them this pamphlet. Two basic articles from Green Anarchy magazine, to explain the basics.
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One of the most relevant essays from Nihilist Communism, a scathing (in an understated, British sort of way) critique of the left, knee-jerk activism, and the role of skepticism.
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Excerpted from species being, this is one of the core arguments of the author's preceding book Nihilist Communism, taking on the question of why activists do not reach the people they claim to be caring about, speaking and acting for, and representing.
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...An Experience of the Ineffable, Untold Delight is a collection of some less common essays by John Moore, as well as his best-known piece, “A Primitivist Primer.”
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The original is here.
This version is modified by one of the original authors to formalize the text, with a few added paragraphs here and there. The vision is the same – the idea that abuse and violence are best taken on by groups of people, that social groups need to determine for themselves what they consider problematic behavior, that these occurrences are more complicated usually than they're given credit for being, and that there are lots of roles for people to fill, at various levels of intimacy and responsibility.
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