From the introduction:

We think that study as a practice is worth underlining. The standard criticism we encounter is that our studies offer nothing more than intellectual stimulation. Though they have managed to change the way we live and interact, it is true that they are neither action-oriented nor strategic. We think this patient distance from a purely instrumental relation to ideas is worth cultivating. In our patience we understand that studying, meeting, discussing, debating, and so on are their own practices, with their own logic, not subordinate to the logic of strategy or tactics. This book is an attempt to document this perspective.


Table of Contents

Introduction: A Letter From Austin, Summer 2013
On Questions & Answers: Some Notes On How To Do Ideas
Tent City, Tent Tent City: Houselessness & Confrontation in Austin, TX
Liquidating Existence: Identity, Violence, & the Future
Exploring Critiques of the Accountability Process: Critical Summaries of The Broken Teapot & Accounting for Ourselves
Our New Names for Alienation: Tiqqun’s Bloom and Young-Girl
Appendix 1: Reportback from Some Outward Movements
Appendix 2: This is How We Meet: On the Assembly as an Anarchist Practice
Appendix 3: The Pyramid Debate

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