Reading for 9/17

I am the shameful late weekend poster, here with Tuesday’s reading: English wizard/draughtsman Austin Osman Spare’s unforgettable treatise on sorcery and Dionysian ecstasy The Book of Pleasure. It’s around 30 pgs without the images; hopefully that won’t be too much, as this piece (and all Spare’s writing) is brilliant beyond words. As always, just read what you can.

Reading for 9/10

Next week we’re doing the first of a few upcoming readings on the occult, anti-realism, and methods for injecting doses of chaos into consciousness. We’ll start with the classic Principia Discordia, which can be read in full on THIS WEBSITE. It’s about 75 pages, but they’re filled with illustrations and it’s generally very easy to read in one session. In the Erisian spirit, you might choose to only read certain sections which catch your eye, work backwards, disregard certain parts entirely, or otherwise subvert the linear inertia of verso —> recto; and thereby open onto a different perspective on the text. Wikipedia might be worth a visit if you’re unfamiliar with Discordianism or want to know more. In two weeks we may follow up on this by looking at some chaos magick texts and perhaps even practicing some rituals in the group, but as with all our lives, that’s contingent. Fnord!

Reading for 9/3

This week we’re checking out a piece by Timothy Leary on Charles Manson. The PDF I found is kinda sloppy but the piece starts on pg. 93 and is called “The Neuropolitics of Courage” Sorry for the late posts these past few weeks.

reading for 8/27

Two readings on egoism/individualism for Tuesday, neither terribly long: Sid Parker’s “Archists, Anarchists, and Egoists” and George Palante’s “Anarchism and Individualism”. See you then!

Reading for 8/20

We’re continuing last week’s foray into panpsychism & animism with Bellamy Fitzpatrick’s piece “What does the world desire?” from Backwoods No. 2. Hope to see you there!

Reading for 8/13/19

This week we are reading a section out of David Abram’s Spell of the Sensuous, Mike’s favorite book. Minimal reading is the end of chapter 4 (Animism and the Alphabet) starting with the section “Of Tongues In Trees”. This is 19 pages. You could also choose to start from the beginning of the chapter for a 40 page reading that talks more about the changeover from oral to written language.

 

Also, Chapter 2 is a great explanation of phenomenology in case you still can’t pronounce that.

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Reading for 8/6

This week we’re looking at animal liberation, specifically at the ethical ground on which such a moral/ideological practice is based. We’ll start with a short piece by Peter Singer (author of the seminal text Animal Liberation) and read it against a newish Enemy Combatant pamphlet entitled The Harvest of Dead Elephants. If you’re familiar with Singer and the animal rights movement already or finding yourself short on time, focus on the pamphlet, as the Singer text is intended to summarize these ethical claims for those who haven’t encountered them before. Hope to see you there!

Reading 7/30 – Clastres Society Against the State

This week we are continuing our discussion of social organization and power structures by reading the classic essay “Society Against the State”.

Link to the format of your choice on the Anarchist Library.

Reading 7/22 – Hobbes Leviation

This week we are readin all of chapters 13 & 17 of Hobbes Leviathan. This reading is less than 10 pages in length, and contain the core of Hobbes’ arguement for monarchism.

Additionally we are reading the following paragraphs from chapters 11(¶1&2) 14(¶1-10,18) 15(¶1-5), as they contain some helpful context on his definitions and background assumptions about human nature (less than 9 pages). The rest of these chapters are still fun to read but Hobbes has a tendency to digress.

Here is a link to a pdf of the book.

Reading 7/16

Entering the filthy subterranean lair of Georges Bataille… It would be impossible to even attempt a summary of the astonishing breadth of his thought in a week, so these readings will broadly look at his idea of heterology, with a dappling of base materialism.

For next week, from the volume Visions of Excess: Selected Writings 1927-39, let’s look at “The Pineal Eye”, “The Use Value of D.A.F. de Sade (An Open Letter to My Current Comrades)”, and “The Psychological Structure of Fascism”.

If this feels like a bit much to digest (possible given the elliptical nature of Bataille’s writing), focus on the latter two pieces, as I suspect they are where our discussion will center. “The Pineal Eye” is a remarkable piece of writing though — and not very long either – so try and hit it as it’s one of his seminal texts.

See you all next week for this ritual of self-degradation and abasement!

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