68 Critical Comments on Revolutionary Sexualism, by Alejandro de Acosta

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68 Critical Comments on Revolutionary Sexualism, by Alejandro de Acosta
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This text refers to episodes 65, 66, and 67 mainly, as well as more generally the essays from episodes 57-64, all by E. Armand. Individualist

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31 Wandering Off from Willful Disobedience (Three Remarks and an Imaginary Title), by Alejandro deAcosta

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31 Wandering Off from Willful Disobedience (Three Remarks and an Imaginary Title), by Alejandro deAcosta
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Today’s reading is Alejandro deAcosta’s book, How To Live Now Or Never, published by Repartee and available from Little Black Cart. How To Live Now

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30 A Lesson In Desire, by Alejandro deAcosta

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30 A Lesson In Desire, by Alejandro deAcosta
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Today’s reading comes from the Repartee book How To Live Now Or Never, which is entirely essays by Alejandro deAcosta, available from Little Black Cart.

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29 That Teaching Is Impossible, by Alejandro deAcosta

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29 That Teaching Is Impossible, by Alejandro deAcosta
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Today’s reading comes from the Repartee book How To Live Now Or Never, which is entirely essays by Alejandro deAcosta, available from Little Black Cart.

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9 Green Nihilism or Cosmic Pessimism, by Alejandro de Acosta

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9 Green Nihilism or Cosmic Pessimism, by Alejandro de Acosta
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“Our place is to think, to continue speaking of chaos, not being stupid enough to think we can take its side. There are no sides.”

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8 History as Decomposition, by Alejandro de Acosta

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8 History as Decomposition, by Alejandro de Acosta
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“Our awareness of decomposition leads to certain insights that are disconcerting and fascinating as well; they may well be visions from outside Civilization. This awareness

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7 Its Core Is the Negation, by Alejandro de Acosta

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7 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

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