“Returning to Revolution: Deleuze, Guattari and Zapatismo” is a prohibitively expensive book about an awesome topic. But don’t fret, you can read the first 50 pages of this book for free while you wait for the paperback to come out.
Nathan Jun writes on the Notre Dame Philosophical Review that, despite the changing world of activism and revolution around them,
…many academic philosophers, with a few notable exceptions, remained distracted by decades-old debates, seemingly oblivious to the changes taking place around them. It is, therefore, extremely refreshing to read Thomas Nail’s Returning to Revolution, a work of academic philosophy which boldly takes up “the return of a new theory and practice of revolution” — the theory and practice inherent in fifteen years’ worth of revolutionary movements and events frequently overlooked in mainstream philosophical circles.
Download the first 50 pages here.
Read Nathan Jun’s full review here.