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Comment Is Free: Vol. 2 - Imperialism At Home By Lawrence Giffin
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Presenting the second volume of Martha Dandridge Custis's classic work of integrated philosophy, Comment Is Free. Volume 2: Imperialism at Home finds Custis deliberating over the role of government... More > in managing the economy. Taking the government buyout of Bear Stearns, Custis deftly weaves a wondrous tapestry of the abuse of power and the potential for resistance. Before she was Martha Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis wrote some of the most original philosophical texts in American letters. Now, Lil' Norton is making available her greatest work, Comment Is Free, in a multi-volume set.< Less
Comment Is Free : Vol. 3: Subjects By Martha Dandridge Custis
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Lil' Norton is proud to present the third volume in its ongoing recuperation of the works of Martha Dandridge Custis. Custis penned these controversial essays on various subjects in 1600. The nature... More > of her investigations into phenomenological, psychological, biological, and textual subjects was so radical that even Abigail Adams, Custis's longtime collaborator, felt obligated to counter many of Custis's incredible claims. You will walk away stunned as you pass from Custis's rigorous deconstructions of the category of the juridical subject to her denouncement of electronic culture to her musings on the future of book technology.< Less
Die Traumadeutung By Lil' Norton, Lawrence Giffin
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Men are hell on earth. Portend the universal death. Dream when you sleep. Sleep when you die.
Die Traumadeutung By Lil' Norton
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Men are hell on earth. Portend the universal death. Dream when you sleep. Sleep when you die.
Comment is Free Vol 3 By Martha Dandridge Custis
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Lil' Norton is proud to present the third volume in its ongoing recuperation of the works of Martha Dandridge Custis. Custis penned these controversial essays on various subjects in 1600. The nature... More > of her investigations into phenomenological, psychological, biological, and textual subjects was so radical that even Abigail Adams, Custis's longtime collaborator, felt obligated to counter many of Custis's incredible claims. You will walk away stunned as you pass from Custis's rigorous deconstructions of the category of the juridical subject to her denouncement of electronic culture to her musings on the future of book technology.< Less
Comment Is Free, Vol. 2: Imperialism at Home By Lawrence Giffin
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Presenting the second volume of Martha Dandridge Custis's classic work of integrated philosophy, Comment Is Free. Volume 2: Imperialism at Home finds Custis deliberating over the role of government... More > in managing the economy. Taking the government buyout of Bear Stearns, Custis deftly weaves a wondrous tapestry of the abuse of power and the potential for resistance. Before she was Martha Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis wrote some of the most original philosophical texts in American letters. Now, Lil' Norton is making available her greatest work, Comment Is Free, in a multi-volume set. < Less
Comment Is Free: Participatory Politics for a New Age By Lawrence Giffin
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Founding Moms pen a political treatise.