ZERZAN, John (1943-....). Anarchiste américain. Philosophe primitiviste et auteur


CAFARD, Max. "The Article that Deserves to Die! "

(A Few Comments on a New York Times Article on Anarchism)" RE: Anarchism’s most memorable slogan, coined by Enrico Malatesta of Italy, is (...)

MOORE, John (1957 - 2002)

Formative British anti-Civilisation theorist and poet John Moore collapsed on his way to work as a lecturer in Creative Writing at the University (...)

WILLIAMS, Dana. Anarchists and Labor Unions: Applying New Social Movement Theory to the Characteristics of Contemporary Anarchists. -1-

ABSTRACT This paper studies the characteristics and union membership of North American anarchists. Traditionally, anarchism has been a (...)

Montaigne et l’âge d’or

Montaigne a longuement interrogé des Indiens d’Amérique qu’il eut l’occasion de rencontrer. Il en tire une vision proche de l’utopie, qu’il oppose à (...)

ZERZAN, John. "Community".

"In truth, there is no community. And only by abandoning what is passed off in its name can we move on to redeem a vision of communion and (...)

ZERZAN, John. Future Primitive and Other Essays

Autonomedia, 1994. 192 pages. ISBN: 1570270007

ZERZAN, John. Futur primitif

L’insomniaque (Collection A Couteaux Tirés), 1999. 96 p. 10 cm x 15 cm. ISBN : 2908744686

ZERZAN, John. Aux Sources de l’aliénation

L’Insomniaque, 1999. 128 p. 13 x 21 cm. ISBN 2-908744-41-4.

ZERZAN, John. Elements of Refusal

Left Bank Books, 1988. 263 p. – 2006 Cal Press. 308 pages. ISBN-10: 1890532029

ZERZAN, John. Running on Emptiness: The Pathology of Civilization

Los Angeles, Calif. : Feral House, 2002. xviii, 215 p. ; 21 cm. Bibliographical references pp. 205-214. ISBN : (...)

ZERAN, John and Alice CARNES Questioning Technology: A Critical Anthology .

London : Freedom Press, 1988. 222 p. ; 21 cm. Includes bibliographies and index. ISBN : 0900384441