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Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 17:25:17 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: [postanarchism] Lewis Call: "Postmodern Anarchism"

There is a new book out called "Postmodern Anarchism"
by Lewis Call - unfortunately, like Saul Newman's book
it is extremely expensive and there does not seem to
be a paperback version. Try the library. Anyone have
this guy's email address? I want to pitch him for the
postanarchism anthology and see if he is interested.


Call, Lewis 

"Postmodern Anarchism" 

Published	United States Lexington Books 2002

Descript.	159p


Introduction: The Postmodern Matrix -- 
1. Toward an Anarchy of Becoming: Nietzsche -- 
2. A Thought Outside the State: Foucault -- 
3. The Gift of Postmodern Anarchism: Baudrillard -- 
4. Anarchy in the Matrix: William Gibson and Bruce

 Something for Everyone, May 1, 2003 
Reviewer: from San Luis Obispo, CA United States You
don't need to know much about postmodernism or
anarchism to understand this book - but if you like
The Matrix, cyberpunk, and/or philosophy, it's a great

This book is about seeing things from a different
perspective, and learning a few of the ways science
fiction authors like William Gibson and Bruce Sterling
have influenced our society. 

I recommend this book for people who are looking to
learn a little bit about why authors write the things
they write. 

===="The world is the natural setting of and field for all my thoughts and all my explicit perceptions. Truth does not 'inhabit' only 'the inner man' or more accurately, there is no inner man, man is in the world and only in the world does he know himself."

 Merleau-Ponty, Phenomenology of Perception, 1945

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