E14 Immediatism vs. Capitalism, by Hakim Bey

E14 Immediatism vs. Capitalism, by Hakim Bey
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Immediatism is our delight. Immediatism is dangerous.”

~Hakim Bey

Immediatism vs. Capitalism, the essay, is available in Immediatism, the book.

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E12 Immediatism, by Hakim Bey

E12 Immediatism, by Hakim Bey
Hakim Bey

 
 
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“[T]he practice of Immediatism will release within us vast storehouses of forgotten power, which will not only transform our lives through the secret realization of unmediated play, but will also inescapably well up & burst out & permeate the other art we create, the more public & mediated art.”

~Hakim Bey

Immediatism, the essay, is available in Immediatism, the book.

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E11 Ontological Anarchy In a Nutshell, by Hakim Bey

E11 Ontological Anarchy In a Nutshell, by Hakim Bey
Hakim Bey

 
 
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“The task of immediatist organization can be summed up as the widening of the circle.”

~Hakim Bey

Ontological Anarchy In a Nutshell is available in Immediatism, the book (containing an essay by the same name) from which this podcast derived its name.

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E7 Its Core Is the Negation, by Alejandro de Acosta

E7 Its Core Is the Negation, by Alejandro de Acosta
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“[O]ur ethics might…be defined as the provisional disorientation with which we approach our ways of living, the interminable and necessary skepticism that characterizes our thinking’s motion.

~Alejandro de Acosta

The text read this episode, the first in a trilogy of essays on nihilism by Alejandro de Acosta, is included in The Impossible, Patience: Critical Essays 2007 – 2013 published by Ardent Press and available from Little Black Cart.

Its Core Is the Negation is available to be freely downloaded, printed, and distributed, from The Anarchist Library.

Its Core Is the Negation references an essay by Duane Rousselle called After Post-Anarchism which, at the time of posting this episode, was available for download from the following site.

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E4 On Projectuality, by Wolfi Landstreicher

E4 On Projectuality, by Wolfi Landstreicher
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“[W]hen we make the choice to break the machine rather than continuing to adjust it, passivity ceases and projectuality begins.”

~Wolfi Landstreicher

The text read this episode, by Wolfi Landstreicher, is included in Willful Disobedience, a collection of essays which originally appeared as a series of zines by the same name.

On Projectuality is available to be freely downloaded, printed, and distributed, from The Anarchist Library.

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E3 Aimless Wandering: Chuang Tzu’s Chaos Linguistics, by Hakim Bey

E3 Aimless Wandering: Chuang Tzu’s Chaos Linguistics, by Hakim Bey
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“The sage does not become trapped in semantics, does not mistake map for territory, but rather “opens things up to the light of Heaven” by flowing with the words, by playing with the words. Once attuned to this flow, the sage need make no special effort to “illumine,” for language DOES IT by itself, spontaneously.”

~Hakim Bey

The text read this episode, by Peter Lamborn Wilson using the pen name Hakim Bey, is available either bound or downloaded, from Xexoxial Editions, or in T.A.Z.: The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism, 2nd edition, published under anti-copyright by Autonomedia, with Aimless Wandering appearing in T.A.Z. as an appendix courtesy of Xexoxial Editions.

T.A.Z. is available in its entirety, including Aimless Wandering, to be freely downloaded, printed, and distributed, from The Anarchist Library.

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