Item description for The Garden of Peculiarities by Jesus Sepulveda & Daniel Montero...
Penned by Chilean anarchist Jess Seplveda, The Garden of Peculiarities is a substantial 21st-century anarchist essay. Previously published in Spanish and Portuguese, it makes the case for neo-primitivism, or green anarchy, as the best tool for activists battling mega-corporate globalization. Written in terse, pointed prose, the book thoughtfully analyzes the deficiencies of postindustrial culture and explores the best human and plant-centered alternatives for dealing with them.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Feral House
ISBN 1932595082 ISBN13 9781932595086
Reviews - What do customers think about The Garden of Peculiarities?
Forget this one May 17, 2008
This book is nearly impossible to read, and it is not worth the effort. It's either a poor translation, or the original text was badly in need of radical improvement. I'm amazed that someone published this. It needs a complete rewrite by someone who is skilled with English -- combined with a great editor.
Bloody Brilliant Jan 13, 2007
The primary twenty-first century anarchist essay for dismantling the current paradigm, and shattering the Capitalist structures of Control.
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