To Make the Colossus Tremble
The introduction begins the book with an argument that in order to shake off the chains of statistic, capitalistic, homophobic, racist, sexist, and imperialistic ideas, to ‘become beautiful’, a reorientation of geographical thinking must be directed toward an anarchist ideology. Singular ontological modes that favor one particular way of doing things disavows geography by failing to understand the spatial as an ongoing, mutable assemblage that is intimately bound to temporality. By infusing geography with anarchism, a spirit of rebellion can be realized that forgoes the politics of waiting for change to come at the behest of elected leaders and instead engages new possibilities of mutual aid through direct actions.
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