45 Against the Reproduction of Death, by Hakim Bey

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T.A.Z. The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism available from Autonomedia at Amazon.com

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16 Critique Of the Listener, by Hakim Bey

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“Enlightenment is all we have…. Writing has taken us to the very edge, beyond which writing may be impossible.” ~Hakim Bey Critique of the Listener

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15 Imagination, by Hakim Bey

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“Immediatism wants to be a game, not a political movement, & certainly not a revolution….” ~Hakim Bey Imagination, the essay, is available in Immediatism, the

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14 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. Immediatism, the book by Hakim

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13 The Tong, by Hakim Bey

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“[T]he secret society promises to provide a useful framework of protective clandestinity—a cloak of invisibility that will have to be dropped only in the event

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12 Immediatism, by 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

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11 Ontological Anarchy In a Nutshell, by 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

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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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