Feral Iconoclasm

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Julian Langer's second book with Repartee, this one continues weaving similar threads, psychological, social, environmental, etc, as Feral Consciousness, in a description of a kind of iconoclasm for our day, irreverent, engaged, attentive.

This geo-political return to animality returns consciousness and practice to that of being immersed in an environment, of being an Extension of the environment, and of being an environment. It is an embrace of the geography of the Real and a rejection of the (psycho)geographic Reality that is technologically constructed by civilisation.