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Back to basics

- Wed, 28 Mar 2018 05:59:06 EST rotji6Aw No.69975
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The movie Captain Fantastic inspired me further more to live with my Family in co-existence with nature. Im not interested in society at all.

Movie plot: Ben Cash, his wife Leslie and their six children live in the Washington wilderness. Ben and Leslie are former anarchist activists disillusioned with capitalism and American life, and chose to instill survivalist skills, left wing politics, and philosophy in their children – educating them to think critically, training them to be self-reliant, physically fit and athletic, guiding them without technology, demonstrating the beauty of coexisting with nature.

I explored some works from Erich Fromm and other humanists.
Does one of you know literature with humanism + naturism?
Doris Woblinglock - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 07:37:49 EST ylxQEmun No.69976 Reply
What, like Thoreau?
Wesley Braggleforth - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 16:36:57 EST 7Df882Aq No.69988 Reply
Are you looking for fiction as well, or just philosophy?
Hanta Yo by Ruth Beebe Hill was an excellent historical fiction novel that might scratch that itch, if you're comfortable with culture shock. The band of Teton Sioux it follows are almost an Anarcho-Primitivist utopian society, and cooperation with nature as a way to find fufillment in life is a major theme. It's more humanist than it sounds, really.
Esther Pittdale - Tue, 03 Apr 2018 07:37:54 EST oEOx2hC6 No.69993 Reply
check out Island of the Blue Dolphins as well as Hatchet

both are written for younger readers but both left a permanent imprint in my mind. another good one is Incident at Hawk's Hill
Ian Murdville - Tue, 08 May 2018 23:30:45 EST xu3HwFv7 No.70079 Reply
Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer is an obvious pick.

You should explore deep ecology. Naturism is another term for nudism, and naturalism just means you don't believe in the supernatural. Deep ecology is what you want.

It may be worth your while to check out Murray Bookchin, and also to explore anarcho-primitivism.
Ian Murdville - Tue, 08 May 2018 23:32:12 EST xu3HwFv7 No.70080 Reply
Oh, and also check out "If a Tree Falls," a documentary about the eco-terrorist group the Earth Liberation Front.
Ian Murdville - Tue, 08 May 2018 23:55:46 EST xu3HwFv7 No.70083 Reply
One more recommendation: All the Little Animals by Walker Hamilton (also has a really good film adaptation, if you want something quick)
Nicholas Cunnergold - Fri, 11 May 2018 20:15:03 EST f95yQ643 No.70089 Reply
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"Country Wisdom & Know-How: Everything You Need to Know to Live Off the Land" and "In the Shadow of the Sabertooth e-book: A Renegade Naturalist Considers Global Warming, the First Americans and the Terrible Beasts of the Pleistocene" both sound interesting. Stuff about Earthship Biotecture is interesting.

Popular during the heyday of ELF & ALF Primitivism theorized that humanity's hope was a return to hunter-gatherer systems, but its pretty much a joke now because of its impracticality.

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