Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 12:06:36 -0400 Subject: Re: [postanarchism] Lewis Call: "Postmodern Anarchism" I just requested a copy through my local university library. The references to cyberpunk makes me a little wary - but, hey those old 3133t memes never seem to go away - but it should be interesting to see some - presumably positive - treatment of Baudrillard. I should be able to give some sort of a review in a week or so. -shawn "J.M. Adams" wrote: > 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. > > *** > > http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0739105221/ref=/702-2703511-0607247 > > Call, Lewis > > "Postmodern Anarchism" > > Published United States Lexington Books 2002 > > Descript. 159p > > Contents > > 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 > Sterling > > 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 > read! > > 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.
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