172 Beyond the Fragments: A Reaction to Industrial Society and its Future, by John Moore

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172 Beyond the Fragments: A Reaction to Industrial Society and its Future, by John Moore
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This essay is a response to the Unabomber’s manifesto and is found in the Ardent Press book, Anarchist Speculations: Writings by John Moore, available from

167 Anarchy & Ecstasy 7 The Appeal of Anarchy, by John Moore

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167 Anarchy & Ecstasy 7 The Appeal of Anarchy, by John Moore
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This is an essay within an essay, available in the book Anarchist Speculations: Writings of John Moore, from LittleBlackCart.com, published under the Ardent Press imprint.

166 Anarchy & Ecstasy 6 Culture & Anarchy, by John Moore

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This is an essay within an essay, available in the book Anarchist Speculations: Writings of John Moore, from LittleBlackCart.com, published under the Ardent Press imprint.

165 Anarchy & Ecstasy 5 Eversion Mysteries, by John Moore

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This is an essay within an essay, available in the book Anarchist Speculations: Writings of John Moore, from LittleBlackCart.com, published under the Ardent Press imprint.

164 Anarchy & Ecstasy 4 Bewilderness, by John Moore

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This is an essay within an essay, available in the book Anarchist Speculations: Writings of John Moore, from LittleBlackCart.com, published under the Ardent Press imprint.

163 Anarchy & Ecstasy 3 On Ecdysis, by John Moore

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163 Anarchy & Ecstasy 3 On Ecdysis, by John Moore
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This is an essay within an essay, available in the book Anarchist Speculations: Writings of John Moore, from LittleBlackCart.com, published under the Ardent Press imprint.

162 Anarchy & Ecstasy 2 Toward a Cultural Ecology of Anarchy, by John Moore

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162 Anarchy & Ecstasy 2 Toward a Cultural Ecology of Anarchy, by John Moore
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This is a set of essays within an essay, available in the book Anarchist Speculations: Writings of John Moore, from LittleBlackCart.com, published under the Ardent

161 Anarchy & Ecstasy: Visions of Halcyon Days 1 A Sprig of Mistletoe, by John Moore

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161 Anarchy & Ecstasy: Visions of Halcyon Days 1 A Sprig of Mistletoe, by John Moore
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This is a set of essays within an essay, available in the book Anarchist Speculations: Writings of John Moore, from LittleBlackCart.com, published under the Ardent

106 A Primitivist Primer, by John Moore

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106 A Primitivist Primer, by John Moore
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Today’s reading is from the book Anarchist Speculations, Writings by John Moore, published by Ardent Press and available from LittleBlackCart.com. Also, go back and hear

77 Lived Poetry: Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity, & the Art of Living, by John Moore, part 2 of 2

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77 Lived Poetry: Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity, & the Art of Living, by John Moore, part 2 of 2
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Published by Enemy Combatant Publications and available from Little Black Cart. Lived Poetry from LittleBlackCart.com

76 Lived Poetry: Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity, & the Art of Living, by John Moore, Part 1 of 2

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76 Lived Poetry: Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity, & the Art of Living, by John Moore, Part 1 of 2
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Published by Enemy Combatant Publications and available from Little Black Cart. Lived Poetry from LittleBlackCart.com

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2 Anarchy & Ecstasy, by Peter Lamborn Wilson

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“[F]or its delirious rhetoric, it deserves a proud place on the shelf labeled Chaos.” ~ Peter Lamborn Wilson The text read this episode is available