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 No.3650[Reply]

https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/fredy-perlman-the-strait
This shit is grim as fuck. It left me with a great sadness. I wonder what the second book would have been like if Fredy lived long enough to finish it.

 No.3653

>cracker's mary sue fanfic about being a noble savage amerindian

 No.3654

>>3653
Obviously the main characters were written to demonstrate anti-civ attitudes but they are far from perfect and it's pretty clearly not wish fulfilment unless Fredy was suicidal.



 No.3455[Reply]

😂😂
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 No.3476

>>3475
Unlikely. Stirner didnt really mention marx in the unique. he talked about communism, but it reads more like a saint-simon-type conception of communism rather than a marxist one. Like we have to keep in mind that in the times Stirner wrote the Unique Marx was not a well known theorist. If at all, he was known as a journalist. Proudhon, Feuerbach and Bauer were just much more relevant before the 1848 revolution, which is why they are mentioned directly.
Of course I agree that Stirner definetly used irony or provocation in the Unique, but even then the goal wasn't to mess with Marx specificly. Imo Stirner probably didn't know Marx or only as part of the rheinische, his journal.

 No.3485

>>3476
I was referring to the meme above, not to the book. Like, imagine Stirner saying that to a pissed-off Marx. I mean, in Philosophical Reactionaries we had this paragraph of Stirner making fun of his contemporaries:
>Do you philosophers actually have an inkling that you have been beaten with your own weapons? Nothing but an inkling. What retort can you hearty fellows make against it, when I again dialectically demolish what you have just dialectically put up? You have shown me with what “eloquence” one can make all into nothing and nothing into all, black into white and white into black. What do you have against it, when I turn your neat trick back on you? But with the dialectical trick of a philosophy of nature, neither you nor I will cancel the great facts of modern natural research, no more than Schelling and Hegel did. Precisely here the philosopher has revealed himself as the “clumsy” subject; because he is as ignorant in a “clumsified” sphere in which he has no power, as a witless Gulliver among the giants.

I would imagine that if he read The German Ideology he would mock the hell out of Marx's ass.

 No.3505

>>3471
this is the stupidest thing. If marx really had that in mind it only would serve to prove his total intellectual ineffectiveness against stirner's ideas.

 No.3651

>>3485
I would kill for a time machine so I could go back, hand Stirner a copy of "The German Ideology", and get a snap shot of his massive forhead. I've always wondered how he would respond to his critique of his use of lumpenproletariat. Something tells me it would be a bit more nuanced than Marx anticipated.

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 No.3645[Reply]

How come that "green politics" two decades ago was much more radical than today even though the situation today is so much more obviously very dire? You would think that now that more people are interested in "green politics" there would be proportionally more direct action and whatnot but it seems that people's interest is limited to being scared shitless of the/no future.

 No.3646

because green politics got intergrated into the neoliberal status quo since then. same thing that happened to socdem and everything that tries to take part in parliamentarian politics.

 No.3647

because it was tied to the alter mondialisme movement and died with it

 No.3648

All political movements were much more radical a century ago. Nothing that good ol' political persecution, police violence, a couple of assassinations and decades of nonstop propaganda couldn't fix, though.

 No.3649

>>3647
What's that



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 No.3634[Reply]

Stalin did nothing wrong
Except possibly being so kind and benevolent as he was he didn't kill enough people
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 No.3640

Reminder that Lenin, Stalin, Mao and Castro were unironically history's best realization of Nietzsche€n übermensch.
Commies are life-affirmers, liberals are last men, fascoids promote slave morality, etc etc

 No.3641

>>3640
life affirmation is when you kill everyone you don't like

 No.3642

>>3641
Liberal detected

 No.3643

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>>3640
>they think that that is somhow a positive thing

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 No.3583[Reply]

Can we talk about how transhumanism is basically trash?
Like fam, why you wanna improve everything's capabilities? Sounds like market logic to me. Things and especially ppl are fine not being more than they are.
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 No.3621

>>3620
Novatore was a futurist and an anarchist, you know. Just in case.

 No.3629

oh man are we bringing back the transhumanism vs. primitivism debate circa 2016?

 No.3630

>>3629
> circa 2016?
Do you maybe mean 1995?

 No.3631

>>3630
I don't know what you're referring to but I remember it being a hot topic in 2015/16 times.

 No.3632

>>3629
where did you get that from? I just don't like transhumanism, but primitivism is also really shitty.

>>3618
>But what even is transhumanism?
Nice trick question. Obviously there isnt one answer to this but many.
One thing all transhumanist schools have in common though is the idea that transcending the current human form is on itself necessarily a good thing. Where for the christian god is always good, for the transhumanist the transition away from the current human form is always good. They can not question it, so the idea is unmovable, it's fixed, it's a spook.
Also, as I pointed out earlier, transhumanism mostly knows just one direction in which it surpasses humans as they are: towards higher transformative capability which means towards a more proftiable worker. I've yet to see a transhumanist suggest how tech used to "improve" humans could be a means to overcome societal systems of oppression. Transhumanism doesnt offer anything to those who are at odds with society, only new gadgets to the supper wealthy and instruments of torture for the capitalist to force upon their workers with the goal of getting more profit for each hour they work.



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 No.1419[Reply]

Give me some good shit to watch.
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 No.3574

https://youtu.be/k433iBVN8CQ

Anarchist Fallout Tactics mod funded by the canadian government. Looks kinda fun tho

 No.3575

>>3574
the canadian government gives a blank check to cultural endeavours without auditing it for verboten subjects
sorry burgers can’t relate

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 No.3628

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System Fail 13: The Spoils of Empire
https://sub.media/system-fail-13-the-spoils-of-empire/



 No.364[Reply]

ITT: we discuss the Anarchist Library, good texts found on it and ways we can help the library.https://theanarchistlibrary.org/For example, did you know that you can easily edit the texts on the site? It's the pencil icon in the infobox. While reading I take notes of the obvious scanning errors and correct the text when I am finished.
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 No.2897

>>2896
Why is that? I like to read plays.

You can listen to this reading but it is not that good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT6VNApKL3E

 No.3461

>>1665
>As for egoist as dominator, a quote
Oh, boy, oh, boy, do I love it when egoist secular humanists misuse that quote of Stirner as an argument. Wolfi has already warned egoist anarchists about how overquoting Stirner can turn The Unique and Its Property into a bible. We had so much expansion on the Stirnerian thought: Renzo Novatore, Emma Goldman, Dora Marsden, James L. Walker, Sidney Parker, post-leftists. Yet here we are. Regardless, the interests and passions of Stirner are not the interests and passions of every conscious egoist ever. Universalizing compassion would be trivializing the drives, desires and personality traits of egoists that are unique to them and returning to an idea of a "human nature" (or may we call it "egoist nature") that Stirner was trying to escape. Not everyone is able to leverage the same joy from compassion as others. Not everyone needs to. Heck, psychopaths aren't able to feel empathy at all, for Unique's sake. Are they somehow less egoistic than other conscious egoists? I don't think so.

>This might be true, but is it really egoism if you are haunted by `fixed idea` of being "at the top"?

Good point. There's certainly something spooky about being obsessed with political power, not helped by the fact that those who became rulers by ruthlessly disposing of their rivals having some spooky idealistic vision of the future, be it Stalin or Hitler or whatever the fuck. But the opposite is also a spook, the claim that a conscious egoist must deny domination. It becomes a kind of a vice for an egoist, a moralistic taboo, which is obviously against what Stirner stands for. As Jason McQuinn put it: "Whatever you do, get away with it."

Conscious egoists ARE Machiavellian. As Walker said, the ruling class are conscious egoists who rule the world while the rest of us are in confusion. I grappled with this fact for weeks and the best objections to becoming a dictator were made by Egoism Simplified and Dr. Bones:
https://yewtu.be/embed/z2TsnpZ1WLo?start=195&end=221
https://yewtu.be/embed/NcsmFQX_kDk?start=540&end=599
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 No.3599

https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/perlman-fredy/index.htm
not the anarchist library, but marxists.org added a bunch of stuff to their fredy perlman archive from revoltlib.com last year while i wasn't looking
some of this stuff isn't on the anarchist library yet, too

 No.3613

>>3599
Which ones are missing let's put them up!!

 No.3627




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 No.3625[Reply]

How to prepare for the end of the world as we know it so we can feel fine?

 No.3626


>Whatever result was obtained in Satya yuga by meditating on Visnu, in Treta yuga by performing sacrifices and in Dvapara yuga by seeing the Lord's lotus feet can also be obtained in Kali yuga simply by chanting the Hare Krsna maha−mantra. – Srimad Bhagavatam 12.3.52



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 No.548[Reply]

>ctrl+f music
&lt0 results.
ITT We post music.

Old Trees - Violent Resistance
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5q38GP4-GsI
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 No.3562

>>3557
very avant garde

 No.3566

Is Mr. Morale a spook or the creative nothing?

 No.3570

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>>3557
Weeb detected.

 No.3571

>>3566
>using the word "morale" unironically
You tell Me.

 No.3607

Unspooked Blade Wolf.



 No.2869[Reply]

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 No.3555

i found song from a hungarian band

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 No.3563

>>3555
The lyrics are from this part:
> Under the rule of a cruel master my body is not “free” from torments and lashes; but it is my bones that groan under the torture, my fibers that twitch under the blows, and I groan because my body groans. That I sigh and shiver proves that I have not yet lost myself, that I am still my own. My leg is not “free” from the master’s stick, but it is my leg and is inseparable. Let him tear it off me and see if he still has my leg! He holds nothing in his hand but—the corpse of my leg, which is as little my leg as a dead dog is still a dog. A dog has a beating heart, a so-called dead dog has none and so is no longer a dog.

 No.3572

>>3555
The vocals are weird, dude.

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