T.A.Z...poetic terrorism, ontological anarchy
any or all thoughts on this book?
I find that I have to read it without trying to take everything literally, more of a semi-conscious understanding, because of the fact that a lot of it is written poetically and not as straightforward as your typical book.
Basically, "Chaos never died." Not your crazy bombthrowing anarchist chaos [as so described by mass media] but that disorder is natural, and what happens happens (and shouldn't be dictated by some bullshit government and laws over humans.)
My favorite parts are the poetic terrorism ideas/spirituality.