Rewilding (Rewild Yourself)

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Rewilding means to return to a more wild or natural state; it is the process of undoing domestication. The term emerged from the green anarchism and anarcho-primitivism political theories, in which humans are believed to be "civilized" or "domesticated" by industrial and agricultural progress. Rewilding is about dismantling the culture of human domestication and returning to the lifeways of pre-agrarian human cultures. Though often associated with primitive skills and learning knowledge of wild plants and animals, it emphasizes regenerative land management techniques employed by hunter-gatherers and horticulturalists, as well as development of the senses and fostering deepening personal relationships with members of other species and the natural world. Rewilding intends to create permanently wild human cultures beyond domestication. Learn more about Anarcho-Primitivism and Green Anarchism: We have put together a list of recommend books for rewilders. Let us know any suggestions that you have. For Wildness and Anarchy by Kevin Tucker Primitive Wilderness Living & Survival Skills: Naked into the Wilderness by John McPherson The Continuum Concept: In Search Of Happiness Lost by Jean Liedloff Against Civilization: Readings and Reflections edited by John Zerzan Against His-Story, Against Leviathan by Fredy Perlman Origins: A John Zerzan Reader by John Zerzan Feral: Rewilding the Land, the Sea, and Human Life by George Monbiot Hunter-Gatherer Childhoods: Evolutionary, Developmental, and Cultural Perspectives by Michael E. Lamb Unlearn, Rewild: Earth Skills, Ideas and Inspiration for the Future Primitive by Miles Olson Future Primitive [Revisited] by John Zerzan Pandora's Seed: Why the Hunter-Gatherer Holds the Key to Our Survival by Spencer Wells Endgame, Vol. 1: The Problem of Civilization by Derrick Jensen Free From Civilization - Notes Toward a Radical Critique of Civilization's Foundations: Domination, Culture, Fear, Economics and Technology by Enrico Manicardi Life and Language in the Amazonian Jungle by Daniel L. Everett Woodcraft and Camping by George W. Sears Nessmuk

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