Green Anarchist

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The most cleaned up version of this title, which is a gloves-off assault on the hope of saving the world, from an author with a long history in green anarchism.

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A student of philosophy, Langer has brought the celebrated minds of thinkers such as Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche, Louis Althusser – to name a few –...
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Julian Langer's second book with Repartee, this one continues weaving similar threads, psychological, social, environmental, etc, as Feral...
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The even more new and improved version, and now featuring a choice of two different covers . A text that plays significantly on the invisible...
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Three pieces on the ways that concern for animals is coopted by liberal perspectives - how animal and environmental liberation tendencies are victims of the wideness of their appeal, since saving innocent victims is a popular (dare I say missionary?) attitude among most segments of society.

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Minimum quantity for "Animal Liberation: Liberate to Devastate or Devastatingly Liberal" is 1.


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Strategy and Tactics.
What it means to us, our critiques of previous anarchist and non-anarchist strategies, examining the process of developing strategies, and creating and adapting our own strategies as individuals and as part of a larger momentum against civilization.

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Minimum quantity for "Green Anarchy, #23" is 1.


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Is There a Future in Technological Society?

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Kirkpatrick Sale, Black Powder Press
A collection of essays by Kirkpatrick Sale detailing opposition to technological "progress" and civilization from within, ranging from the Luddites of England to present-day indigenous struggles to keep traditional communities intact.

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Marshall Sahlins, Re-pressed (reprint)
One of the most controversial and cited in the new anthropology, this ground-breaking article was one of the first to argue that there are ways that civilization has made people's lives harder, arguing that pre-civ folks worked fewer hours than their modern counterparts.
Sahlins was influenced heavily by Levi-Strauss, and by his visit to Paris in 1968.

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