Lived Poetry: Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity and the Art of Living | John Moore
In John Moore's final essay, he assembles the ideas of Hakim Bey, Max Stirner, Julia Kristeva and others into an insurrectionary ars w'tae which is at the same time an ars poetica --wagering that insurrectionary projects that begin with the individual's self-assertion take place on the chaotic and abundant grounds of nothingness and is expressed by poetic revolt. An individualist, poetic union of self-created ones forms new anarchisms and is central to an insurrectionary project.
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