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The Second Sex
Simone De BeauvoirA Frenchwoman who never loses sight of the needs and desires of both sexes, Simone de Beauvoir has used her artistry and erudition to explore woman in each of her many dimensions. Her fresh, frank, penetrating approach and highly original and stimulating conclusions have produced a book which overwhelmed reviewers...
T.A.Z. the Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism
Hakim Beycollected broadsheets of ontological anarchism
In Girum Imus Nocte et Consumimur Igni : A Film
Guy Debord
Discourse on Method
Rene DescartesDescartes is universally acknowledged as the father of modern Western philosophy. It is to the writings of Descartes, above all others that we must turn if we wish to understand the great seventeenth-century revolution in which the old scholastic worldview slowly lost its grip, and the foundations of modern philosophical and scientific thinking were laid. The range of Descartes thought was enormous, and his published work includes writings on mathematics, physics, astronomy, meteorology, optics, physiology, psychology, metaphysics and ethics. A Discourse On Method was written in 1637 for the general public as well as for academics. This work provides a sketch of Descartes' method of philosophical inquiry and also of his general philosophical system: metaphysical, physical, physiological, and moral.
Public Secrets: Collected Skirmishes of Ken Knabb
Ken KnabbThe greatest hits, and a fine read for anyone interested in situationist ideas, anarchism, the 60s counterculture and beyond. Includes both two substantial new texts - 'The Joy Of Revolution' and 'Autobiography,' and reprints of all his old pamphlets, co-authored work, and translations of various situationist texts. A veritable treasure trove of pamphlets, texts, posters, comics, articles, leaflets and essays. Over 400 pages, and every one is a winner!