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Anarchist by Design: Technology and Human Nature By Mark Seely
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The technological order—the expanding web of physical technologies and bureaucratic systems of control that we call global civilization—exists despite our evolutionary preparation for a... More > distinctly different kind of society: communities of near equals in which participation is voluntary. Anarchy—society founded on organic and direct relations with others, unmediated by artificial systems of power and authority—is the natural and preferred social state for human beings. Anarchist by Design promotes the intentional dismantling of technological society, not merely to provide relief from the corrosive effects it has on individual freedom, and not to be replaced by something else, but in order to allow natural modes of social organization—underwritten by evolved psychological systems that continue to limp along beneath the surface, deformed, repressed, and misdirected—to have healthy and unfettered expression.< Less
Anarchist by Design: Technology and Human Nature By Mark Seely
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Anarchist by Design makes the bold claim that anarchy—society founded on organic and direct relations with others, unmediated by artificial systems of power and authority—is the natural... More > and preferred social state for human beings. There is a dramatic mismatch between global civilization, with its expanding technology and bureaucratic systems of forced participation, and our evolutionary preparation for life in small communities of near equals where participation is voluntary. Technology lies at the heart of the issue. Anarchist by Design promotes the dismantling of technological society, not merely to provide relief from the corrosive effects it has on individual freedom, and not to be replaced by something else, but in order to allow natural modes of social organization—underwritten by evolved psychological systems that continue to limp along beneath the surface, deformed, repressed, and misdirected—to have healthy and unfettered expression.< Less
How to Drop Out and Other Essays By Ran Prieur
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A collection of Ran Prieur's essays, written 2002-2008.
How to Drop Out and Other Essays By Ran Prieur
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A collection of Ran Prieur's essays, written 2002-2008.
How to Drop Out and Other Essays By Ran Prieur
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A collection of Ran Prieur's essays, written 2002-2008.
How to Drop Out and Other Essays By Ran Prieur
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A collection of Ran Prieur's essays, written 2002-2008.
Way of the Wild Human: Tales of a Renegade Homebum By Kiyonah Thundersong
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Way of the Wild Human is a guidebook on all things wild human. It's a compilation of essays about wild human life at home and on the road. This book is the first of a series being published by the... More > Wild Human Initiative, a grassroots nonprofit focused on rewilding, community building, neotribalism, green anarchism, nomadism, and all related topics. We provide charitable relief for the traveling poor, and we advocate grassroots community building for us all. This book empowers the readers to activate wild humanism in their own lives, and to help manifest change in society at large.< Less
Primitive Country: An Adult Coloring Book By Nichole Aguilar
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Primitive Country: An Adult Coloring Book is based on the simplicity of the earlier Primitivism art movement. Within this book there are illustrations of beautiful woodland and farmland scenes that... More > portray many aspects of country living.< Less
A BRILLIANCE HURTLED -- Evolutionary Origins By appleton schneider
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The assumed ultimate of evolution is man's mind -- which reveals itself to be a "cognitive dimension" of the universe (potentially). In that evolution has brought about a specie whose... More > awareness is of evolution's process itself -- as part of the universal scope of knowledge, isn't "intelligent design" a somewhat unavoidable extrapolation from existence? But do we not have to realize that postulating a "guy-in-the-sky" intelligent designer is nothing but imagination or primitivism?< Less
THE EVERLASTING MAN By G.K. Chesterton
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What, if anything, is it that makes the human uniquely human? This, in part, is the question that G.K. Chesterton starts with in this classic exploration of human history. Responding to the... More > evolutionary materialism of his contemporary (and antagonist) H.G. Wells, Chesterton in this work affirms human uniqueness and the unique message of the Christian faith. Writing in a time when social Darwinism was rampant, Chesterton instead argued that the idea that society has been steadily progressing from a state of primitivism and barbarity towards civilization is simply and flatly inaccurate. "Barbarism and civilization were not successive stages in the progress of the world," he affirms, with arguments drawn from the histories of both Egypt and Babylon.< Less

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