Primitivism and the "Regressive Left"

  • Posted on: 29 July 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Wildism

Among the weak arguments against Progress, there is the peculiar case of dominant ideologies hosting factions that reject it in the name of dominant values. The so-called “regressive left” is an example of this from humanism. The regressive left argues that Western civilization embodies power structures that prevent it from living up to humanist or post-humanist values. That is, these structures either prevent Western civilization from acknowledging the equal moral worth of all humans, or from acknowledging the moral standing of humans plus something else, like sentient animals or nature. For instance, Merchant (1980, p. 278) writes,

The Wildernist, Issue #1: For the Wild is now available for download

  • Posted on: 9 July 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
Freedom in wild nature

From The Wildernist.

The myths of progress and humanism have lost their power, and out of the wilderness a new value set is growing—Wildism. Cover art by Paige Carter.

This issue is the product of rapid growth. During these past six months, The Wildernist's team has met many great people, added three, and received so many submissions that we're putting this issue out a month early! We really hope you enjoy it.

Último Reducto – Some comments in reference to the communiques from Individualists Tending toward the Wild

  • Posted on: 31 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

The following is a translation of a critique of ITS written by the Spanish Wildist Último Reducto. The translation can be found on War on Society and has not been approved of by the author. Read the original Spanish version on Último Reducto's blog.


Leftism: The function of pseudo-critique and pseudo-revolution in techno-industrial society

  • Posted on: 26 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

The following text is an English translation of the text "Leftism: The Function of pseudo-critique and pseudo-revolution in techno-industrial society," pulled from Wildism.org. You can view the original Spanish version at Último Reducto's blog.


Wildist Statement of Principles

  • Posted on: 17 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

This is a statement of principles published on Wildism.org. View the Spanish original

The individuals who signed this declaration want to place on record for the future the principles that drive us to actively lay the groundwork for the establishment of a truly strong and effective movement against the technoindustrial system.

1. Our Principles

The principles that guide our activity are: