Against Civilization: Readings And Reflections

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Against Civilization, in its new expanded edition, provides the means of understanding the dehumanizing core of modern civilization, and the ideas that have given rise to the anarcho-primitivist movement. The editor of this compelling anthology is John Zerzan, author of Future Primitive (Autonomedia) and Running on Emptiness (Feral House).

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Featuring writing from:
  • Jean-Jacques Rosseau
  • Henry David Thoreau
  • John Landau
  • Friedrich Schiller
  • Sigmund Freud
  • Ivan Illich
  • Unabomber
  • Ursula K. LeGuin
  • Peter Slotergijk
  • labor of ludd
  • William Morris
  • Feral Faun
  • Group of Anarcho-Futurists
  • ... and more!


  • 'I celebrate John Zerzan's anthology harboring the best of civilized people's critiques of civilization. Herein the reader will discover the questions that need to be asked and the insights that beg to be nurtured if humankind and the natural world as we know it are to thrive into the future. This book is that important.' óChellis Glendinning, author of My Name is Chellis and I'm in Recovery from Western Civilization

    Additional Information

    Author John Zerzan (editor)
    Publisher Feral House
    Page Count 275pp
    Publication Size 6 x 9
    Publication Notes Paperback, Expanded Edition
    Publication Date 2005
    ISBN 978-0922915989

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