413 An Anarchist Critique of Social Work, by anonymous

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413 An Anarchist Critique of Social Work, by anonymous
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This is from the Australian green anarchist publication, Beyond the Dark Horizon. An Anarchist Critique of Social Work at beyondthedarkhorizon.org Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org

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398 Prison Break: An Anarchist Blueprint for Hedonism, by Flower Bomb

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398 Prison Break: An Anarchist Blueprint for Hedonism, by Flower Bomb
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Prison Break at WarzoneDistro.noblogs.org Prison Break at TheAnarchistLibrary.org Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com, and your comment may be shared in

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353 To Care is to Struggle 2, by Kevin Van Meter

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353 To Care is to Struggle 2, by Kevin Van Meter
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To Care is to Struggle on TheAnarchistLibrary.org Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com

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352 To Care is to Struggle 1, by Kevin Van Meter

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352 To Care is to Struggle 1, by Kevin Van Meter
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To Care is to Struggle on TheAnarchistLibrary.org Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com

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301 Freedom My Dream 1, by Enrico Arrigoni

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301 Freedom My Dream 1, by Enrico Arrigoni
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Freedom My Dream: The Autobiography of Enrico Arrigoni is published by Ardent Press and available from LittleBlackCart.com. This episode’s reading is the introduction. Freedom My

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239 Autor Series 3 Polanyi’s Paradox: Will Humans Maintain any Advantage Over Machines?

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239 Autor Series 3 Polanyi's Paradox: Will Humans Maintain any Advantage Over Machines?
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This text is from the book Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, edited by Nick Ford, published by LBC Books, and available from LittleBlackCart.com.

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238 Autor Series 2 Automation & Income Inequality: Understanding the Polarization Effect, by John Danaher

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238 Autor Series 2 Automation & Income Inequality: Understanding the Polarization Effect, by John Danaher
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This text is from the book Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, edited by Nick Ford, published by LBC Books, and available from LittleBlackCart.com.

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237 Autor Series 1 Why Haven’t Robots Taken Our Jobs: The Complementarity Effect, by John Danaher

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237 Autor Series 1 Why Haven't Robots Taken Our Jobs: The Complementarity Effect, by John Danaher
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This text is from the book Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, edited by Nick Ford, published by LBC Books, and available from LittleBlackCart.com.

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236 Antiwork: A Radical Shift in How We View Jobs, by Brian Dean

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236 Antiwork: A Radical Shift in How We View Jobs, by Brian Dean
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This text is from the book Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, edited by Nick Ford, published by LBC Books, and available from LittleBlackCart.com.

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235 On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs, by David Graeber

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235 On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs, by David Graeber
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This text is from the book Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, edited by Nick Ford, published by LBC Books, and available from LittleBlackCart.com.

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234 Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, the Forward by David S. D’Amato

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234 Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, the Forward by David S. D'Amato
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This text is from the book Abolish Work: An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia, edited by Nick Ford, published by LBC Books, and available from LittleBlackCart.com.

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94 The Manifesto of the Happily Unemployed, by Guillaume Paoli and The Collective

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94 The Manifesto of the Happily Unemployed, by Guillaume Paoli and The Collective
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This slender volume from LittleBlackCart.com includes four texts: The introduction, which tells the amusing story and context of how The Manifesto originated, became a movement,

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