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Just Finnished this. What do I read next?

>> No.13636328

Read? Nothing. Next step is action.

>> No.13636329

>>13636328
This. And by action I mean LARPing on discord and /lit/.

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>>13636314
now start setting up cat traps

>> No.13636655

>>13636314
I read The Technological Society by Jacques Ellul after this.

>> No.13636675

fanged noumena

>> No.13637376

>>13636314
Permaculture by Bill Mollison.

>> No.13637677

>>13636314
terrible cover
Linkola is a fisherman writing about birds and not some fucking post-apocalyptic action writer, I'm not sure the picture targets the intended audience

>> No.13637696

>>13637677
it's arktos. Masters of boomer cringe covers

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>>13637696
Mine isn't good either, but at least it's not terrible, just pretentious so it's okay

>> No.13637916

>>13637696
this and the alternate cover isn't any better...looks like the Oklahoma city bombing with a flower in the middle...can't wait until they reveal the cover for Decline of the West

>> No.13637940

>>13636314
So did you like the book?

>> No.13638020

>>13637677
The one I have just has his face. It's ok.

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>>13636314

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>>13637677
Yeah, I prefer this one.

>> No.13638135

>>13637940
I would also be curious? Just starting to read it but can’t really get on bored with a lot.

>> No.13638270

>>13638089
thanks , i finished "industrial society and its consequences" and i was wandering what to read next

>> No.13638282

>>13638089
heidegger's building, dwelling, thinking is equally relevant

>> No.13638307

>>13636314
I guess this thread is going to be the new /eco/
Post books about ecology, technology, and the environment.

>> No.13638317

>>13638089
Timothy with all that ecofascism?

>> No.13638910

>>13638307
Bumping for this.

>> No.13639665

>>13638910
Bump

>> No.13639929

Has anyone read George Grant's book on technology?

Also some recs:
>Silence of the songbirds
>The tiger: a true story of vengeance
>The golden spruce

>> No.13639935

>>13639929
Who are they by? I'm honestly interested in Grant myself, should I begin with his tech book?

>> No.13640026

>>13639935
If your Canadian you should begin with lament for a nation

>> No.13640079

>>13638089
What do Evola and Junger have to do with deep ecology. If I'm not mistaken, Evola thought anarcho-primitivism was for larpers.

>> No.13640088

>>13638317
Yeah, who cares about some bourgeois tenured academic who will be forgotten in 5 years.

>> No.13640862

>>13640026
I'm not Canadian, so where should I begin? Is his Canada stuff still worth a read if I'm interested in Leaf stuff?

>> No.13641021

>>13640862
i think lament for a nation applies to other countries as well. it is canada specific but if you look at the undercurrents it has broad appeal. absolutely read if you have any interest in canada

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