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A textbook on the theory and practice of non-violence, written by a Dutch pacifist and anarcho-syndicalist who warns that "the more violence, the less revolution". He links Gandhi's principled...
The first Anarchist manifesto, written in 1850, declares "Anarchy is order, whereas government is civil war" and argues — with language as sharp even now as any against the delusion that...
Conversations with Edward W Said$16.00
In his latest book of interviews, conducted with David Barsamian, Said discusses the centrality of popular resistance to his understanding of culture, history, and social change. He reveals his...
Liberalism and the Modern City$29.95
The liberal governance of the 19th century state and city depended on the 'rule of freedom'. As a form of rule it relied on the production of certain kinds of citizens and patterns of social life,...
Relevant Theory for Radical Change$20.00
Written in an engaging and accessible style, Kaufman gives activists the intellectual tools to turn discontent into a plan of action. Exploring a wide range of political traditions - including...
The Russell Lectures$14.95
Originally delivered in 1971 as the first Cambridge lectures in memory of Bertrand Russell, this is a masterful and cogent synthesis of Chomsky's moral philosophy, linguistic analysis, and emergent...
For close to four decades, Bookchin's ecoanarchist theory of social ecology has inspired philosophers and activists working to link environmental concerns with the desire for a free and egalitarian...
In Radical Priorities, C.P. Otero sets out to "provide relatively easy access to Chomsky's libertarian philosophy and political analysis". Taken from a wide variety of sources, many never widely...
An enormous chronological collection of over fifty interviews conducted with Chomsky beginning with his from 1968 discussion of the US war on Vietnam and ending soon after the apearnce of his...
Marx, Nietzsche, Freud And The Obvious$10.00
An intriguing work of political philosophy, applying the virtues of the limp male protuberence to the works of the aforementioned scholars (and Socrates for good measure)..