Drifting from the sacred: Thoughts inspired by Feral Faun

 

Thoughts inspired by
reading Peter Lamborn
Wilson’s The Sacred Drift

 
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ANARCHISM AND VIOLENCE – Severino Di Giovanni (Elephant Editions)

 

–read online

http://digitalelephant.blogspot.com/2010/08/anarchism-and-violence-severino-di.html

 

Elephant Editions

 

 

TRADUCCION TEXTO REVISTA 325. CONVERSACION CON JEAN WEIR

El siguiente texto fue traducido de la revista 325 Nº8 de septiembre de 2010.
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The Quest for the Spiritual: A Basis for a Radical Analysis of Religion – Feral Faun

by Feral FaunThis civilized, technological, commodity culture in which we live is a wasteland. For most people, most of the time, life is dull and empty, lacking vibrancy, adventure, passion and ecstasy. It’s no surprise that many people search beyond the realm of their normal daily existence for something more. It is in this light that we need to understand the quest for the spiritual.
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LET’S DESTROY WORK LET’S DESTROY THE ECONOMY – A.M. Bonanno (Elephant Editions)

–to read online

http://digitalelephant.blogspot.com/2010/08/lets-destroy-work-lets-destroy-economy.html

 

–pdf

http://325.nostate.net/library/ldwbook.pdf

elephant editions

 

A Wrecking Ball for Ivory Towers by Feral Faun

It seems to have become a given among many anti-authoritarians that radical theory is an academic pursuit. On the one hand, there are the ideological activists who accuse anyone who attempts to critically analyze society or their own activities in a way that goes beyond the latest hip anarchist sloganeering of being armchair intellectuals or academics. On the other hand, there are those who supplement the income of their academic/intellectual professions by writing tracts criticizing society, the left or even their own professions, but in such abstract and insubstantial terms as to be meaningless in relation to their lives. These intellectual “radicals” and anti-intellectual activists remain equally enslaved to society’s discourse. Radical theory is elsewhere.
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INSURRECTIONALIST ANARCHISM Part One – A.M. Bonanno (Elephant Editions)

–read online

http://digitalelephant.blogspot.com/2010/08/insurrectionalist-anarchism-part-one.html

 

–PDF

Insurrectionalist Anarchism {Part one} by Alfredo M. Bonanno (Elephant Editions)

 

INCOGNITO – Experiences that defy identification (Elephant Editions)

–to read

http://digitalelephant.blogspot.com/2010/08/incognito.html

digital elephant

elephant editions

 

(it-en) Per un mondo assolutamente altro

ENGLISH

VERSIONE PDF

 

Per un mondo assolutamente altro

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A MILLION JOBS by A.M.Bonanno

Whatever can such a promise mean, made as it was at the time of the collective illusions inspired by Berlusconi’s electoral propaganda.
In practical terms, nothing. Not just because it is impossible, but because it goes against economic logic itself.
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