Paperback — 19 April 2022

The critique of ‘modernity’ — whether it comes from Continental Philosophy, communism, ultra-leftism, or anarchism — appears invariably bound to ending up within the terrain of traditionalism. One has only to look at where the ideas of Camatte, Baudrillard, and Debord are currently finding fertile ground.

Therefore, the critique of society should begin again, from a new angle, which begins in the knowledge that this is a world, or global society, from which we cannot escape.

Mickey Moosenhauer

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