The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism: Anarchy and Conspiracy (Forgotten Books)

The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism: Anarchy and Conspiracy (Forgotten Books)

Language: English

Pages: 166

ISBN: 1605065021

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Book Description:

"The Temporary Autonomous Zone (TAZ) describes the socio-political tactic of creating temporary spaces that elude formal structures of control. The essay uses various historical and philosophical examples, all of which attempt to lead the reader to the conclusion that the best way to create a non-hierarchical system of social relationships is to concentrate on the present and on releasing one's own mind from the controlling mechanisms that have been imposed on it.

In the formation of a TAZ, Bey argues that information becomes a key tool that sneaks into the cracks of formal procedures. A new territory of the moment is created that is on the boundary line of established regions. Any attempt at permanence that goes beyond the moment deteriorates to a structured system that inevitably stifles individual creativity. It is this chance at creativity that is real empowerment." (Quote from

Table of Contents:

Publisher's Preface; Acknowledgments; Chaos: The Broadsheets Of Ontological Anarchism; Communiques Of The Association For Ontological Anarchy; The Temporary Autonomous Zone; Appendix A. Chaos Linguistics; Appendix B. Applied Hedonics; Appendix C. Extra Quotes

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pleasures. * * * * * COMMUNIQUE #4 The End of the World THE A.O.A. DECLARES ITSELF officially _bored_ with the End of the World. The canonical version has been used since 1945 to keep us cowering in fear of Mutual Assured Destruction & in snivelling servitude to our super-hero politicians (the only ones capable of handling deadly Green Kryptonite)... What does it mean that we have invented a way to destroy all life on Earth? Nothing much. We have _dreamed_ this as an escape from the contemplation

vicious beliefs actually sculpt most of the substance of happenstance. The only ones who actually wish to _share_ the mischievous destiny of those savage runaways or minor guerillas rather than dictate it, the only ones who can understand that cherishing & unleashing are the _same_act_--these are mostly artists, anarchists, perverts, heretics, a band apart (as Easy PDF Creator is professional software to create PDF. If you wish to remove this line, buy it now. much from each other as from the

bourgeoisie, communists, fascists, etc. The second generating force behind the TAZ springs from the historical development I call "the closure of the map." The last bit of Earth unclaimed by any nation-state was eaten up in 1899. Ours is the first century without _terra_incognita_, without a frontier. Nationality is the highest principle of world governance--not one speck of rock in the South Seas can be left _open_, not one remote valley, not even the Moon and planets. This is the apotheosis of

breakdown of the system can equal enlightenment. (Note: for an explanation of "Chaos Linguistics" see Appendix A, then please read this paragraph again.) The disappearance of the artist IS "the suppression and realization of art," in Situationist terms. But from where do we vanish? And are we ever seen or heard of again? We go to Croatan--what's our fate? All our art consists of a goodbye note to history--"Gone To Croatan"--but where is it, and what will we _do_ there? First: We're not talking

might also take for a sign Nietzsche's _wandering_. It is the precursor of the _drift_, in the Situ sense of the _derive_ and Lyotard's definition of _driftwork_. We can foresee a whole new geography, a kind of pilgrimage-map in which holy sites are replaced by peak experiences and TAZs: a _real_ science of psychotopography, perhaps to be called "geo-autonomy" or "anarchomancy." The TAZ involves a kind of _ferality_, a growth from tameness to wild(er)ness, a "return" which is also a step forward.

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