Wolfi Landstreicher

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Wolfi Landstreicher
Other names Feral Faun, Apio Ludd
Era Contemporary philosophy
Region Western philosophy
School Insurrectionary anarchism, Post-left anarchy, egoist anarchism
Main interests Political philosophy, ethics, anarchism
Notable ideas Non-primitivist criticism of civilization, feral revolution, blending communism and individualism in anarchism[1]

Wolfi Landstreicher is a former nom de plume ("Landstreicher" is the German word for vagabond, tramp) of a contemporary anarchist philosopher involved in theoretical and practical activity. He edited the anarchist publication Willful Disobedience, which was published from 1996 until 2005, and currently publishes a variety of anarchist, radical, surrealist and poetic pamphlets and booklets through his project, Venomous Butterfly Publication. His ideas are influenced by insurrectionary anarchism, Max Stirner's egoism, surrealism, the Situationist International and non-primitivist critiques of civilization.

This author also worked previously under the pseudonym Feral Faun from approximately 1982 to 1992.[2]

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