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two readings on why more people don’t resist (at least not in ways we commonly understand as resisting).
one is by saul newman
and the other is by frere dupont (this is in species being, for those of you who have that book).
the soul of man under socialism, by wilde.
i hear tell squee and paul z will be leading the conversation… 😉
through chapter 1 of anti-oedipus (link is in last week’s post).
we’re starting one of our most ambitious readings ever, namely the influential anti-oedipus, by deleuze and guattari.
full text is here.
we will start with the introduction and first chapter (so linear!), so through page 8 (the chapters are short).
and we hope to have a few of the interesting people who have been intrigued and influenced by this text come and talk to us about it, over the course of reading the book. so, stay tuned.
our reading for this week is the preface by foucault to anti-oedipus (a book that has been very influential to some awesome people).
here is the reading.
here is the full book (just in case you’re interested).
this week, in preparation for next week’s visit by crimethinc, we are reading to change everything, which is available in hard copy at the long haul, and in eversion here and in video form (?!) here.
ok – we’re going with Camatte (providing silly people the opportunity to intentionally mispronounce the french, apparently).
while the most obvious articles for modern anarchists are the wandering of humanity and against domestication–both available at theanarchistlibrary.org– in the interest of the conversations about celebrity and art in our last meeting, i’m suggesting
beaubourg: future cancer as the reading for this week.
this week we’re reading ten theses on the proliferation of egocrats, and finding things we disagree with fredy about! frequently a challenging game in the case of perlman, but maybe not in this case? see if you can find one per theses!