This week we are reading and essay called How to Read Zizek by Adam Kotsko.
this week the reading group is taking a field trip to city lights in san francisco, to hear karen avrich (paul avrich’s daughter) speak on his posthumous book on alexander berkman and emma goldman.
the event starts at 7, people are meeting at the long haul at 6 for those who need, and those who can provide, rides to meet up with each other.
We will be continuing the discussion of Michel Foucault and On the Genealogy of Ethics from last week (see previous post for download). We will also be discussing the introduction to Nietzsche’s On the Genealogy of Morality. For those wonky enough to care, this is from the hackett press translation. The full book is on zinelibrary if you want to keep reading Nietzsche. And you should!
Come at 7 to revel and bring tasty treats to share with friends for it is the week of potluck!
At 8 we will be discussing an interview with Michel Foucault titled On the Genealogy of Ethics.
POTLUCK! Come, bring food, bring yourselves and experience a night of decadence and debauchery.
This month focuses on a series of readings that will prepare us for the discussions taking place at the upcoming @ book fair. We will peruse these readings and find the sections most pertinent for a provocative discussion of PLEASURE!
The Right To Be Greedy: Theses On The Practical Necessity Of Demanding Everything by For Ourselves
The Book Of Pleasures by Raoul Vaneigem
To Destroy Sexuality by Guy Hocquenghem