Briefly Noted: Letters, Obituaries, Reviews & Misc. (Vol. 1.4)

In Memoriam: George Sessions George Sessions was one of the major eco-philosophers behind deep ecology, the flagship ideology of radical environmentalism. He recently died quietly in his home, as was announced by The Trumpeter, a deep ecology journal. Live wild, die wild, George Sessions. In Memoriam: Harambe, the Gorilla Harambe, a 17-year-old western lowland gorilla… Read more »

The Technician Class

As with most of issue 1.4, this article has been rejected by the majority of individuals belonging to Wild Will and should not be regarded as representative of the members’ views. For more representative writings, see the series “Foundations of Wildism.” Summary-This article explains the concept of “the technician class” and the idea of “class”… Read more »

The Individual and His Relations

As with most of issue 1.4, this article has been rejected by the majority of individuals belonging to Wild Will and should not be regarded as representative of the members’ views. For more representative writings, see the series “Foundations of Wildism.” Summary-This article explains the wildist variant of egoism by emphasizing the wildist focus on… Read more »

Organization

Editor’s Note: While many of the suggestions and predictions in this piece remain helpful, this article, as with most of issue 1.4, has been rejected by the majority of individuals belonging to Wild Will and should not be regarded as representative of the members’ views. For more representative writings, see the series “Foundations of Wildism.” Summary-Wildism is… Read more »

All who fashion idols

And I will destroy your high places, and cut down your images, and cast your carcasses upon the carcasses of your idols, and my soul shall abhor you. — Leviticus 26:30 All man’s work will disappear from the soft trickle of the light rain and the raging heat of the forest fire from the wild… Read more »

Review of Achievements and Our Next Phase

A few months ago Alex Kellogg, Jeremy Grolman, and I published our 2016 strategy document in the first issue of Hunter/Gatherer. Since then, we’ve achieved several of our goals, namely: We’ve outlined the basic ideas of wildism, an ideology that several individuals have worked on for the past two years. Our intention in outlining the… Read more »