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Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life

Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life

An urgent challenge to the prevailing moral order from one of the freshest, most compelling voices in radical politics today

Being Numerous shatters the mainstream consensus on politics and personhood, offering in its place a bracing analysis of a perilous world and how we should live in it. Beginning with an interrogation of what it means to fight fascism, Natasha Lennard explores the limits of individual rights, the criminalization of political dissent, the myths of radical sex, and the ghosts in our lives. At once politically committed and philosophically capacious, Being Numerous is a revaluation of the idea that the personal is political, and situates as the central question of our time—How can we live a non-fascist life?

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  • Peter (Pete) Mcloughlin

    A short collection of essays on a subject related to left politics and antifascism. A few are on the proper response to the rise of the racist far-right especially since 2016. I also like her descript...

  • Maggie

    Urgent and necessary. I cannot overstate how urgent and necessary this is. Her essays, "Riots for Black Life" (about how riots and property damage are justifiable responses to the state-sanctioned mur...

  • Julesreads

    As all great writing is (I didn’t say books necessarily), this is lived-in, honest, clear, and forceful. To get to a radical perspective—one we are sorely lacking in my opinion—one only needs to...

  • Mayze

    Lennard’s essays illustrate what free thinking looks like in the 21st century. Really enjoyed this book....

  • Bookish

    Natasha Lennard’s essay collection is an incisive, yet accessible examination of politics today. She writes about how the construction of “good protesters” and “bad protesters” hurts us all,...

  • Kate

    “When you invent the ship, you also invent the shipwreck.” —PV“Things happen one way and we tell about them in the opposite sense.” —JPS“When we revolt it’s not for a particular cultur...

  • Adam

    Some very interesting points about the nature of fascism. Really enjoyed some of her essays, didn't really connect with some of them....

  • Joe Bambridge

    A nice collection of essays on the meaning of anti-fascism in its broadest sense, combining reportage, theory and self-reflection....

  • Michael

    For anyone who considers themselves “woke”, this is definitely required reading. Natasha Lennard’s “Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life” covers some of the most salient points in our ...

  • Clare

    I decided to kick the 2020s off with Natasha Lennard's recently published Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life. I have been following Lennard's journalism since at least her coverage of the J2...

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