298 Chaos Never Died: Hakim Bey’s Ontology, by Andy McLaverty-Robinson

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298 Chaos Never Died: Hakim Bey's Ontology, by Andy McLaverty-Robinson
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Originally published in his In Theory column in Ceasefire magazine, Andy Robinson’s sixteen articles on Hakim Bey can also now be found at The Anarchist

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40 Dark Virtue: Daoism & the Rejection of Civilization, by Ramon Elani

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40 Dark Virtue: Daoism & the Rejection of Civilization, by Ramon Elani
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Today’s essay is included in the booklet Essays From the Tiger’s Leap, by Ramon Elani, available from Little Black Cart. Tiger’s Leap from LittleBlackCart.com Show

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36 Toward a New Anarchism: Anarcho-Daoism, by Jacques

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36 Toward a New Anarchism: Anarcho-Daoism, by Jacques
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Today’s reading is newly available from Little Black Cart. Toward a New Anarchism: Anarcho-Daoism at LittleBlackCart.com Similar podcasts you may enjoy: Anews a podcast about

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23 A Chinese Sage, by Oscar Wilde

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23 A Chinese Sage, by Oscar Wilde
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“The perfect man ignores self; the divine man ignores action; the true sage ignores reputation.” ~ Chuang Tzu Today’s reading, A Chinese Sage, is from

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22 The Theory of the Individual In Chinese Philosophy: Yang-Chou, by Alexandra David-Neel

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22 The Theory of the Individual In Chinese Philosophy: Yang-Chou, by Alexandra David-Neel
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Today’s reading, The Theory of the Individual in Chinese Philosophy: Yang-Chou, is from Neither Lord Nor Subject: Anarchism & Eastern Thought, a collection compiled by

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21 Neither Lord Nor Subject, by Bao Jingyan

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21 Neither Lord Nor Subject, by Bao Jingyan
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“…[A]ll this could have been dispensed with if there had been no oppression and violence from the start.” ~ Bao Jingyan, 300 CE Today’s reading,

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

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3 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

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