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Immediatism : essays

Author: Hakim Bey
Publisher: Edinburgh : AK Press, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An irresistible tome from the insurrectionist theoretician, Hakim Bey. His incendiary words are beautifully illustrated by the renowned collage artist Freddie Baer. The result is a delightful compilation by two talented artists. A must read for those who have followed their work for years. In this collection of essays, Bey expounds upon his ideas concerning radical social reorganization and the liberation of desire.  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hakim Bey
ISBN: 1873176422 9781873176429
OCLC Number: 36720061
Notes: Repr. with a new preface. - Originally published as: Radio sermonettes: New York : Libertarian Book Club, 1992.
Description: 59 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Ontological anarchy in a nutshell --
Immediatism --
The tong --
Immediatism vs. capitalism --
Involution --
Imagination --
Lascaux --
Vernissage --
"Raw vision" --
An immediatist potlatch --
Silence --
Critique of the listener.
Other Titles: Radio sermonettes
Responsibility: by Hakim Bey ; graphics by Freddie Baer.

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An irresistible tome from the insurrectionist theoretician, Hakim Bey. His incendiary words are beautifully illustrated by the renowned collage artist Freddie Baer. The result is a delightful compilation by two talented artists. A must read for those who have followed their work for years. In this collection of essays, Bey expounds upon his ideas concerning radical social reorganization and the liberation of desire. Immediatism is another lyrical romp through intellectual corridors of spirituality and politics originally set forth in his groundbreaking book, TAZ. A stunning achievement from this prodigious author and scholar.

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