Author Archives: The Wild Will Project

Briefly Noted (26 Nov 2018)

Do you like the content on this blog? Consider donating so I can keep it going! Posts I added a new portal on strategy and tactics entitled “Wild Reaction.” The most important posts in this “Briefly Noted” are “The Rewilding Program” and “The History and Impact of Earth First!”  Myth and Science An Awakening – thoughts on […]

Wild Reaction Reading List

This list will be periodically updated. Feel free to contact me if you have any suggetions. Links are to free versions of the books online. A New Conservation Politics by David Johns Rewilding North America by Dave Foreman Ecodefense: A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching by Dave Foreman, Bill Haywood, and Edward Abbey Industrial Society and […]

Florence + the Machine

I When chaos happens, there is an opportunity for seedy elements to shape their territories in ways that make them more amenable to seedy activity in the future — i.e., removing surveillance cameras. We, of course, should do everything we can to prevent these elements from disrupting law and order and infringing on the rights […]

Briefly Noted (30 Aug 2018)

Posts Wild Reaction: A Sketch Humanism and Civilization’s Moral Idols More chapters from Ecodefense From the Madhouse The Snakelet The Idea for Idols Birds on a Wire More on Human Rewilding Anthropological Man Sauntering More Miscellany Shooting from the Dark On the Web A Map of Wireless Passwords from Airports and Lounges Around the World […]

Reading List 3

The Continuum Concept, Jean Liedloff The works of Alice Miller (e.g., The Drama of the Gifted Child, Thou Shalt Not Be Aware, etc.) In Defense of Childhood: Protecting Kid’s Inner Wildness, Chris Mercogliano Green Psychology: Transforming Our Relationship to the Earth, Ralph Metzner The Ecology of Imagination in Childhood, Edith Cobb Works on environmental psychology

Announcements – 31 July 2018

Site Updates I published the final issue of the Reflections bulletin. Those who were subscribed will continue to receive announcements with a summary of any work posted on the blog that month. I’m currently publishing Earth First!‘s monkeywrenching manual, Ecodefense, on this site in HTML form. I’m working on consolidating my updated rewilding analyses and critiques from the Reflections […]

Reflections #7

The most important essay in this issue is “The Parable of the Magician.” Table of Contents Incivility My Progress Overcoming the Overpopulation Problem: A Sketch for Discussion The Real Paleoconservatives The Parable of the Magician

Reflections #5

In this issue, pay special attention to “If You Were Following Me, You Haven’t Been Listening”: “Do you feel had? Are you angry? I was angry too. Haven’t you been listening?! I’ve been telling you the whole time!” Also pay attention to “Toward a Human Rewilding Method,” which includes some methods of restoring man’s dignity […]

Reflections #3

Preliminary Observations The uncivilization project is not done, after all. It has only just begun. Who are my true readers? Read closely — I’ve left secrets for you. 3 days. Table of Contents Misc. Notes on Misc. Notes Oh… Notes on Writing, Arrogance, Humility Unwritten On My Great Wisdom and Abundant Social Life