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References are to the numbered webpages listed at the bottom of this page. Once you click to one of those pages, you can use your computer’s search form to search within that page for specific references to the topic.

In the more “political” texts (Public Secrets and the various translations from the situationists) names and other specific topics are pretty fully indexed. Broader or very frequently mentioned topics (“situationists,” “spectacle,” “revolution,” etc.) are indexed more selectively, omitting mere passing mentions. In some cases, especially when there are numerous references to a topic, boldface indicates webpages containing particularly significant passages on the topic (typically one or two paragraphs). Underlined boldface indicates pages that are largely or entirely devoted to a topic, or that include several paragraphs on it.

The more “literary” texts (Gateway to the Vast Realms and the Rexroth material) are indexed much more selectively (e.g. names that are only mentioned in passing are usually omitted). For a more detailed indexing of Rexroth’s Communalism book, which contains hundreds of references to historical events and utopian movements, see the separate index to it.

With a few exceptions, the chapters from Ngo Van’s In the Crossfire: Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary are not indexed here due to the enormous number of persons, groups and publications mentioned. The book itself contains a detailed and comprehensive index, which you can find online here.

You can also search this site for specific words or combinations of words. For example, to find mentions of Mark Twain at this site, search for “twain” (without the quotation marks). To find Rexroth’s remarks on Twain, search “twain and rexroth”. To find mentions of Twain within Rexroth’s San Francisco Examiner columns, search for “twain and examiner”.

I would appreciate being informed of any errors in this index or of any other problems with this site, and welcome any suggestions for improvements.

 


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A

AAUD (radical German labor union), 59
Abel, Lionel, 613
Abelard, Peter, 161, 501
Abetz, Otto, 70
Abolitionists, 329
abstract expressionism, 315
Acción Comunista (Spain), 39A
Ace, Johnny, 308
Action Committees (May 1968), 55, 56, 103
Acratas (Spain), 56
L’Action Française (fascistic French journal), 137, 204, 319, 644
Adamites, 302
Adams, Henry, 347, 521
Adams, John, 106, 146
Adbusters, 169, 172
Adderly, Cannonball, 606
Adenauer, Konrad, 24
adhocracy, 104
Adler, Max, 59
Adler, Mortimer, 105, 166, 310, 509, 512
Adorno, Theodor, 75, 194, 212, 525
advertising, 4, 29, 50, 117, 119, 255, 309
Aeschylus, 350, 501
Prometheus Bound, 208
Aesthetic Realism, 505
affective détournement, 118, 131, 132, 190
affinity groups, 90, 103-104, 134, 264
Affranchis, Les, 163
AFGES (Strasbourg Student Union), 49, 71
Afghanistan, 101, 322, 358, 653
Africa, 37-39, 48, 84, 518, 613
African sculpture, 609
L’Age d’or (Bunuel film), 50
Agence France Presse (AFP), 162
Agence pour l’auto-suppression du prolétariat (Lille), 146
Agentur für die Selbstaufhebung des Proletariats (Berlin), 146
Aggressive School of Cultural Workers (Iowa), 146
Aitken, Robert, 158, 510, 537
AK Press, 91
Alaska, 629
Alba, Victor, 59, 103
Alba Congress (1956), 5, 6, 7, 13, 248
Albania, 24, 57, 105
Albert, Michael, 104, 194
Albert, Stew, 252
Albertine (character in Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past), 310
Albigensians, 301-302, 308, 319, 325B
alchemy, 434
Alcott, Bronson, 306
Alexander the Great, 322, 358
Algeria, 24, 38, 39A, 48, 52, 71, 84, 111, 602, 617
—revolt against France (1954-1962), 5, 28, 39, 48, 80, 84
—self-management struggles (1962-1965), 37, 39, 45, 54, 263, 520
Algren, Nelson, 311, 314-315
alienation, 23, 27, 28, 41, 46, 81, 84, 86, 95, 111, 118, 136, 139, 141, 212-213, 301, 348, 360, etc.
Alinsky, Saul, 158, 525
All Men Are Brothers (Chinese novel), 304, 310, 347
Allen, Steve, 517
Allen, Woody, 142
Allende, Salvador, 135
Alpert, Alan, 205
Alternative (Belgium), 21
alternative institutions, 102, 125
Altgeld, John Peter, 605
Althusser, Louis, 49, 71
Amana colony, 305, 307
Ambler, Eric, 508
America. See United States
American Friends Service Committee, 311, 317, 334
American humor, 312
American Indians, 301, 307, 318, 329, 332, 515
Ameringer, Oscar, 312
Amiel, Henri-Frédéric, 347
Amish, 139, 307
Anabaptists, 303
anarchism, anarchists, 25, 27, 40, 56, 59, 66, 71, 73, 75, 80, 84, 101-103, 104-105, 106, 119, 129-130, 133, 138, 139, 157, 159, 174, 190-194,  216, 251, 254, 263-264, 301, 304, 315-316, 324-325, 334, 343, 369, 415, 524
—American, 105-106, 139, 157, 205, 216, 306, 312, 325B, 330-331, 334
—Buddhist, 211
—Chinese, 107
—French, 36, 49, 55-56, 71, 73, 75, 160
—Italian, 59, 75, 123, 325B
—Japanese, 107, 130, 133, 190
—Polish, 107
—Russian, 326, 520
—Spanish, 28, 39A  59, 84, 90, 103, 139, 144, 193, 519
—Vietnamese, 222, 239
Anarchism (Japan), 130, 133, 146
Anarchism Today (ed. Apter & Joll), 75, 129
Anarchist Circle. See Libertarian Circle
Anarchist Federation (France), 73, 75
Anarchist Review (England), 146
anarcho-Maoism, 57
anarcho-primitivists, anarcho-technophobes, 192, 193, 257
Anarchos (New York), 105-106, 264
Anarchy (London), 75, 105
Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed (Missouri; Berkeley), 146, 191-192
An Andalusian Dog (Buñuel film), 92
Anderson, Andy, 59, 519
Andersen, Hans Christian, 137, 311
Anderson, Sherwood, 312, 330-331
Andreotti, Libero, 76
Andrews, Steven Pearl, 306
Anglican Church, 436
Anglo-Catholicism, 137-138, 332, 436, 437
Angola, 101
Angry Brigade (England), 129
Angry Young Men (England), 9, 408
Ansgar-Elde, 26
anthropology, 515
anticolonial struggles. See Third World
Anti-Mass, 114, 262, 263
anti-situationist art, 26, 31, 35
Antoine, Gérald, 71
Anyte, 325, 325B, 335
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 137, 247, 308, 314-315, 349, 352, 385-386, 430, 502
The Poet Assassinated, 352
Zone, 430
Apollonius, 354, 611

Apostolidès, Jean-Marie, 2, 76
The Appeal to Reason, 312
Aquinas, Thomas, 105, 137, 319, 326
Arab countries, 37, 48, 57, 103, 135, 206
Arab-Israel war (Six Day War, 1967), 48
Arabian Nights, 105, 346, 507
Arafat, Yasser, 141
Aragon, Louis, 42, 49, 253, 333, 352, 502
Aragon agrarian collectives (Spanish revolution), 59
Aragorn (Anarchy magazine), 191A
Archimedes, 354, 611
architecture and urbanism, 2-3A, 7, 15, 17-17A, 18, 22, 24, 40, 60, 69-70, 87, 93, 95, 102, 104, 203, 215, 246-248, 360-361, 363, 409, 525, 606, 618, 620. See also unitary urbanism; psychogeography; dérives
Aref, Abd-ul-Rahman (Iraqi ruler), 48
Argentinian guerrillas, 50
Arguments (Paris), 17B, 28-29, 41, 55, 56, 58, 71, 75
Ariadne, 2
Aristophanes, 501
Aristotle, 105, 128, 157, 212-213, 325B, 332, 342, 417, 512
Ethics, 439, 512, 620
Politics, 345
Poetics, 380, 512
Armstrong, Lil Hardin, 330
Armstrong, Louis, 137, 313, 330
Arnaud, Noël, 31
Aron, Raymond, 56
Arp, Hans, 248, 315
Arshinov, Peter, 25, 101
art; the arts, 4-5, 6-7, 11, 14, 16, 17B, 19, 23, 26, 29, 30-31, 35, 36, 40, 42, 67, 68, 70, 88, 93-95, 102, 104, 107, 110, 139, 192, 196, 203, 210, 244-248, 253, 315-316, 325B, 388, 389, 402-407, 516. See also culture and society; poetry; film; détournement
art criticism, 14, 68
Artaud, Antonin, 114, 311, 315, 326, 337, 349, 352, 420, 502
Ashleigh, Charlie, 330-332
Ashley, Clarence, 105
Ashoka, 320
Asimov, Isaac, 107, 513, 517, 527
Our Angry Earth: A Ticking Ecological Bomb (w/Pohl), 104, 513
Assassins (Hashishim), 304
assemblyists, 104. See also popular assemblies
astrology, 107, 138, 311
Asturias (region in northwest Spain):
—1934 insurrection, 25, 27, 32, 40, 69, 90, 101, 519
—1960s strikes, 32, 37, 60, 72
At Dusk: The Situationist Movement in Historical Perspective (Jacobs & Winks), 130, 190
Atsumi Ikuko, 339
Atelier de Création Libertaire (Lyon), 146
Athanarópoulos, Tákes, 146
Athens (ancient), 104, 128, 137, 191, 264
Atkins, Guy, 75
atomic energy. See nuclear power
Auerbach, Eric, 509
Aufheben (England), 191, 192
Augustine, Saint, 28, 85, 203, 301-302, 319, 347A, 351
Confessions, 347, 351
Aurelius, Marcus, 137, 346, 512
Australia, 207
Austro-Marxism, 59
automation, 12, 28, 82, 104, 193
L’Automation (Louis Salleron), 12
automobiles, 3, 10, 17, 25, 58, 83, 87, 104, 191, 193, 215, 409
avant-garde movements, 7
Avatamsaka Sutra, 138, 344, 510
Avrich, Paul, 59, 101, 324
Axelos, Kostas, 41
Azerbaijans, 103, 135

B

Baal Shem, 319
Baath Party, 48
Babel, Isaac, 310
Babeuf, Gracchus, 139, 105, 334
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 105, 313-315, 501
Chaconne, 314
Fifth French Suite, 313
St. Matthew Passion, 343
Well-Tempered Clavichord, 308
Bacon, Francis, 302
Bactria, 322
Bad: The Autobiography of James Carr, 106
Badia, Gilbert, 58
Baez, Joan, 105, 139, 308, 359, 408
Baghdad comrades, 37
Baguette Quartette, 107
Baj, Enrico, 5
Bakunin, Mikhail, 25, 70, 75, 80, 84, 105, 129, 133, 139, 190, 203, 307, 313, 319, 325B, 334, 435, 524
Balanchine, George, 619, 648
Baldwin, James, 615
Ball, John, 302
ballads. See folk music and folksongs
ballet, 602, 607, 611, 614, 619, 623, 627, 633, 635, 639, 641, 648
Baluchis, 103, 135
Balzac, Honoré de, 311, 502
BAMN: Outlaw Manifestos and Ephemera 1965-1970 (ed. Stansill & Mairowitz), 75
La Bande des Dialecticiens (Brussels), 146
Bandini, Mirella, 76
bandits. See brigand communism
Baran and Sweezy, 76
Barb (Berkeley), 251, 444
Barbara (French singer), 308
Barber of Seville, The (Rossini), 645
Bardot, Brigitte, 28
Barjonet, André, 56, 73
Baron, Fanny, 324
baroque, 88
Barrès, Maurice, 27
Barrot, Jean (Gilles Dauvé), 191, 194
—“Critique of the Situationist International,” 75
Eclipse and Re-Emergence of the Communist Movement (w/Martin), 75, 191
Barth, Emil, 59
Barth, Karl, 319
Barthes, Roland, 34, 71, 80
Bartók Béla, 314, 635
Bashkirtseff, Marie, 347
Bashô, Matsuo, 107, 318, 325B, 339, 438, 506, 528, 537-538
Basie, Count, 313-314, 616
Baudelaire, Charles, 32, 105, 137, 223, 227, 234, 239, 311, 315, 321, 342, 344-345, 348, 349, 350-351, 378, 383, 386, 411, 436, 441, 502, 528, 539
Baudet, Jean-Pierre, 192
Baudrillard, Jean, 49, 194
Bauhaus, 6-7, 246-248, 304
Bauhaus (new, at Ulm), 245-246, 248
Bauhaus (Nashist), 31
Baumeister, Ruth, 244, 246, 248
Bayen, Maurice, 58, 75
BBC, 355
Beard, Charles, 334
Beardsley, Michael, 105, 107
Beardsley, Nancy, 105, 107
Béarn, Henry de, 2, 7
Béart, Guy, 107, 160
Beatles, 105, 113, 265, 308, 365
Beats, Beat Generation, 9, 71, 105, 107, 137, 139, 196, 313, 314, 315, 316, 334, 365, 408, 410, 412, 421, 422, 423
Beaumarchais, Pierre de, 502
Beauvoir, Simone de, 2, 45
Bebel, August, 125
Becker-Ho, Alice (Debord), 76, 80, 91
Beckett, Samuel, 30, 315, 343, 420, 603
Molloy, 420
Waiting for Godot, 353, 420, 603
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 47, 131, 313-314
Eroica Symphony, 4
Kreutzer Sonata, 313
behindism, 106, 118, 190
Beijing-Bao, 18
Beirne, Joe, 262
Belafonte, Harry, 308
Béland, Paul, 107
Belgium, 14, 25, 102
Bellamy, Edward, 307, 409
Belloc, Hillaire, 644
Belmondo, Jean-Paul, 68
Ben Bella, Ahmed, 37, 39, 45, 54, 135
Ben-Bellaism, 52, 59
Benayoun, Robert, 12
Benedict, Ruth, 515
Benes, Eduard, 57
Benjamin, Walter, 525
Bense, Max, 41
Berger, John, 75
Bergson, Henri, 313
Beria, Lavrenti, 47
Berkeley:
—in the sixties, 105
—Free Speech Movement (FSM, 1964), 37-38, 71-72, 103, 105, 112, 205, 254, 264, 521
Berkman, Alexander, 105, 137, 139, 307, 319, 324, 333-334, 524
The Bolshevik Myth, 331, 357, 644
Berlioz, Hector, 314
Bermudes, Winston, 70
Berna, Serge, 7, 92, 98A
Bernal, Martin, 518
Bernard of Clairvaux, St., 97
Berne, Eric, 107, 168, 514
Berneri, Camillo, 326, 519
Berneri, Marie Louise, 104, 192, 524
Bernstein, Eduard, 48, 71, 80
Cromwell and Communism, 304
Evolutionary Socialism, 84
Bernstein, Michèle, 2, 3A, 7, 13, 28, 75-76, 91
—“No Useless Leniency,” 106
—“Victories” (series of paintings below), 36, 70
Victory of the Bonnot Gang, 36
Victory of the Great Jacquerie of 1358, 36
Victory of the Paris Commune, 36
Victory of the Spanish Republicans, 36
Victory of the Workers Councils of Budapest, 36
Berque, Jacques, 46
Berreby, Gérard, 76
Bertrand, André, 49
Besançon, Julien, 203
Besant, Annie, 334
Bhagavad Gita, 137, 319-320, 342, 510
Bible, 105, 137, 158, 319, 341, 395, 396-397, 399, 511. See also separate “Communalism” index
Bierce, Ambrose, 203
Biermann, Wolf, 308
Big Brother and the Holding Company, 105
Bigorgne, Gérard, 56
Bill, Max, 246, 248
Birth of a Nation (Griffith film), 4
Bismarck, Otto von, 317
Bizet, Georges, 628
Black and Red (Michigan), 76, 105-106, 157
black blocs, 162, 174
Black Mask (New York), 62
Black Mass, 4
Black Muslims, 37, 54, 307, 615-616
black nationalism, 37-38
Black Panthers, 105, 106, 112, 264, 307
Black Power, 54-55, 216
blacks, American, 37, 38, 54, 71, 143, 264-265, 308, 313-314, 317, 358, 422, 432, 444, 521, 615-616, 625, 636. See also civil rights movement; Watts riot
Black Star North, 146
Blake, William, 104-105, 137, 139, 154, 301, 306, 311, 345, 348, 349, 378, 402, 418, 436, 504
Blakey, Art, 194, 315
Blanc, Louis, 307
Blanchard, Daniel (alias P. Canjuers), 17B, 67
—“Preliminaries Toward Defining a Unitary Revolutionary Program” (w/Debord), 24, 139
Blanco, Secundo, 59
Blanqui, Louis-Auguste, 21, 69
Blanquism, 25, 75
Blazwick, Iwona, 76
blitz actions, 162
Bloch, Ernst, 303
Bloch, Joseph, 129
Bloch, Nadine, 1, 106-107, 121, 130, 146
Bloom, Harold, 509
The Blue Bird (Maeterlinck), 204
blues, 105, 139, 308, 313
Blyth, R.H., 506, 509
Boal, Iain, 206
Boccaccio, Giovanni (The Decameron), 105, 345, 503
Boehme, Jakob, 132, 302-303, 316, 334, 415, 435-436
The Signature of All Things, 137, 325, 325B
Boethius, 325, 347A
Boggs, Dock, 105
bohemianism, 29, 71, 301, 308
Bohr, Niels, 248
Bolden, Buddy, 313
Bolloten, Burnett, 59, 103, 519
Bolo’bolo (P.M.), 104
Bolshevik revolution. See Russia: 1917 revolution
Bolshevism, Bolsheviks, Bolshevik Party, 25, 28, 39, 40-41, 47-48, 52, 55, 57, 59, 69, 71, 74, 84, 90, 95, 101, 103, 105-106, 111, 116, 119, 139, 206, 216, 224, 235, 301, 304, 307, 317, 324, 331, 334, 357, 361, 362, 520, 623. See also Leninism; Trotskyism.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 4, 27, 203
Bonnefoy, Yves, 308
Bonnie and Clyde, 308
Bonnot Gang, 36, 50
Bookchin, Murray, 75-76, 106, 157, 193, 205, 264
—“The May-June Events in France,” 75
Post-Scarcity Anarchism, 191
Social Anarchism versus Lifestyle Anarchism, 191, 192
To Remember Spain, 59, 103
Boorstin, Daniel, 253
The Image, 88, 525
Bordiga, Amadeo, 159
boredom, 25, 203
Boris Godunov (Mussorgsky opera), 354, 621
Borkenau, Franz, 59, 103, 519
Borman, Frank, 61
Borodin, Mikhail, 324
Bosch, Hieronymus, 302
Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne, 75, 85, 98E
Boswell, James, 312, 504, 528
Boulez, Pierre, 314
Boumaza, Bachir, 39, 45
Boumédienne, Houari, 37-39A, 45, 48, 54, 135
“Bourderon and Passedieu” (Pierre Bourdieu and J.C. Passeron), 71
Bourdieu, Pierre. See above
bourgeois revolution, 23, 28-29, 52, 55, 84, 85, 95, 101-103, 132, 201, 202, 208, 212, 325B
Bourne, Randolph, 139, 204, 304, 334, 525
Bourricaud, François, 56
Bourseiller, Christophe, 76
Bové, José, 156
Boy Scouts, 105, 374
boycotts, consumer strikes, 103
Bracken, Len, 76
Bradley, Michael, 190
Brakhage, Stan, 105
Brancusi, Constantin, 314
Brassens, Georges, 107, 139, 160, 161, 194, 223, 308, 502
Brau, Jean-Louis, 7
Braun, Werner von, 61
Brazil, 24
Breá, Juan, 59, 103
breaks and exclusions, 7, 13, 19, 35-36, 43, 51, 62, 66, 106, 130-132, 157, 191. See also revolutionary organization
Brecher, Jeremy, 103
Brecht, Bertolt, 4, 7, 10, 75, 91, 102, 145, 214, 345, 357, 417, 503, 606, 609, 624, 635
—“Anecdotes of Herr Keuner,” 114, 214, 503
The Caucasian Chalk Circle, 647
Galileo, 635
Mother Courage, 4, 160
The Threepenny Opera, 503, 609
Brel, Jacques, 107, 160, 308
Brenan, Gerald, 59, 102-103, 519
Brendel, Cajo, 134
Breton, André, 3, 9, 32, 41, 71, 75, 105, 137, 203, 247, 315, 334, 349, 352, 502
Brezhnev, Leonid, 47, 57
brigand communism, 304
Brilliant, Ashley, 517
Brinton, Maurice (Chris Pallis), 21, 59, 101, 194
British Columbia phone strike (1981), 103
British Mandate (over Palestine), 48
Brook, James, 76, 91, 206, 316
Brook Farm, 306
Brooks, Van Wyck, 137, 157
Brotherhood of the Free Spirit, 132, 139, 301, 302
Broué, Pierre, 59, 103
Broughton, James, 359, 613
Browder, Earl, 334
Brower, David, 362
Brown, Bernard E., 75
Brown, Bill, 190-191A
Brown, Bruce, 75, 129
Brown, James, 308
Brown, Jerry, 158
Brown, Norman O., 253
Brown, Rap, 216
Browning, Robert, 388
Bruant, Aristide, 107, 160, 308
Brubeck, Dave, 601
Buber, Martin, 105, 132, 138, 190, 319, 343, 382, 415, 511, 540
I and Thou, 105, 138, 319, 325B, 361, 511, 540
Paths in Utopia, 106, 138, 319, 524
Tales of the Hasidim, 138, 319, 511, 528
Buck, Pearl, 310
Buckle, Henry Thomas, 207
Budapest String Quartet, 614, 637
Buddha, 138, 312, 320, 325B, 334, 415
Buddhism, 105, 107, 113-114, 144, 158, 190-192, 211, 265, 302, 388, 510. See also Zen Buddhism
—Rexroth on, 137, 138, 310, 316, 319, 320, 322, 332, 334, 343-344, 347, 347B, 348, 358, 361, 413-414, 653
—socially engaged Buddhism, 144, 158, 194, 211, 510
Buddhist Peace Fellowship (BPF), 144, 146, 158, 190
Buffet, Bernard, 9
Buffon, Georges, 4
Bugeaud, General, 3A
Bugs Moran gang, 137
Bunyan, John, 157
Pilgrim’s Progress, 347, 350, 374, 504
Burckhardt, Jakob, 35, 85, 518
Bureau of Public Secrets, 106, 130, etc. See publications under Knabb
bureaucracy, bureaucratic class, 28-29, 39-39A, 41, 47, 48, 57, 71-73, 83, 84, 95, 101-104, 111, 134, 136, 202-203, 216, 258, etc. See also state capitalism; Stalinism
Burgess, Ernest, 15
Burke, Edmund, 212
Burns, Robert, 325B, 345, 378, 504
Burnt Njal. See Njal’s Saga
Burroughs, William, 106, 253, 263, 365, 408
Naked Lunch, 251
Burton, Richard Francis, 507
Bush, George H. W. (father of the moron), 103, 141, 206
Bush, George W. (the moron), 359
Butler, Samuel, 305, 341
Bynner, Witter, 332, 379
Byrd, William, 637
Byzantine Empire, 347A

C

Caamaño, Francisco, 37
Cabet, Étienne, 307
The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari (Robert Wiene film), 92
Cacoyannis, Michael, 357, 638
Caesar, Julius, 138, 518
Cahiers du Cinéma, 68
Calas, Nicolas, 7
Caldwell, Erskine, 311-312
Calonne, Jacques, 5
Calvin, John, 303
calypso music, 308
Cambodia, 229, 251
Campanella, Tommaso, 302
camping, 366-377
Camus, Albert, 2, 105, 210, 619
Camus, Christian, 107, 146
Canada, 304
—British Columbia phone strike (1981), 103
Le Canard Enchainé, 75
Canjuers, Pierre (Daniel Blanchard), 17B, 67
—“Preliminaries Toward Defining a Unitary Revolutionary Program” (w/Debord), 24, 139
Cannon, Gus, 105
Cánovas del Castillo, Antonio, 102
Caos (Mexico), 56
Capital (Marx), 58, 65, 75, 84, 86, 95, 101-102, 106, 116, 118, 217-220, 348-349
capital punishment, 605
capitalism (commodity system), 17B, 23-24, 27- 29, 37, 38, 39A, 48, 52-53, 55-56, 58, 60, 67, 71, 72-73, 81, 82, 83-84, 85-90, 95, 97, 101, 102-104, 111, 115-116, 119-120, 125, 136, 139, 141, 143, 156-157, 159, 162-164, 193-194, 202, 203, 206, 211-213, 216, 217-220, 253-256, 264-265, 301, 303, 306, 309, 325B, 345, 348, 349, etc. See also state capitalism; work
Capp, Al, 312
Carco, Francis, 308, 311, 314, 337, 502
Cardan, Paul. See Castoriadis
Carles, Trevor, 190
Carli, 75
Carmen (Bizet), 354, 609
Carmichael, Stokely, 54, 216, 264
Carmina Burana, 139, 160, 308, 335, 501, 531
Carné, Marcel, 105
Carnegie, Dale, 118
Carolina Tar Heels, 105
Carr, James, 106, 521
Carrión, Tita, 106, 122, 130, 146
Reich: modo de empleo (translation of Voyer article), 106
Banalidades de base (translation of Vaneigem article), 106
Carroll, Lewis, 28, 32, 75
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, 109, 504
Through the Looking Glass, 32
Silvie and Bruno, 102
Carson, Rachel, 445
Carter, Jeffrey, 206
Carter Family, 105
Casals, Pablo, 614, 623, 627
Casanova, Giacomo, 137, 311
History of My Life, 347, 503
Cash, Johnny, 308
Castle, Barbara, 56
Castle, Vernon and Irene, 313
Castoriadis, Cornelius, 96, 525
Workers’ Councils and the Economics of a Self-Managed Society, 75, 90, 104
—alias Paul Cardan, 21, 29, 34, 37, 71
—alias Jean-Marc Coudray, 55
—alias Jean Delvaux, 17B
Castro, Fidel, 28, 35, 39-39A, 54-55, 57, 111, 135, 216, 254, 358, 608, 610. 613
Castro-Guevaraism, 52
Cathars. See Albigensians
Catholic Church, Catholicism, 7, 38, 39A, 103, 138-139, 316, 319, 332, 345, 435-437. See also separate “Communalism” index
Catholic Worker, 334
Cato the Elder, 71
Catullus, 137, 342, 351, 378-379, 440, 501
Caussimon, Jean-Roger, 107, 160
Cavafy, Constantine, 381, 503
cave paintings (Altamira and Lascaux), 301
CCE (Council for Conscious Existence), 106
CCPOA (California prison guards union), 104
Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, 105, 223, 311, 315, 319, 383
Journey to the End of the Night, 228, 311, 502
Cellini, Benvenuto, 347
CEM. See Council for the Eruption of the Marvelous
Cendrars, Blaise, 311, 333, 386, 430, 502
Censor (pseudonym of Gianfranco Sanguinetti)
Center for Research on the Social Question. See CRQS
Center for Socio-Experimental Art, 36
Cervantes, Miguel de, 311
Don Quixote, 105, 137, 311, 343, 346, 347, 350, 352, 354, 429, 503, 528, 542, 611
CFDT (French socialist-leaning labor union), 236
CGT (French Communist Party-dominated labor union), 56, 73, 103, 236
Chadwick, David, 107, 510
Chagall, Marc, 246, 319
Chaliapin, Feodor, 621
Chamfort, Sébastien-Roch, 75, 502
Champaigne, Philippe de, 3A
Chandler, Raymond, 118, 137, 315, 508
Chang Kuo-hua, 47
Chao Yung-shih, 47
Chaplin, Charlie, 7, 105, 312, 321, 343
City Lights, 92
character (in Reich’s sense), 114-115, 116, 117-118, 130-131, 190, 191A, 205. See also roles
The Charge of the Light Brigade (film), 75, 98D
Charles, Jeanne (pseudonym of Françoise Denevert)
Charles, Ray, 308
Charles Edward Stuart (“Bonny Prince Charlie”), 85
Chartres cathedral, 3A, 104
Chasse, Robert, 62
The Power of Negative Thinking, or Robin Hood Rides Again, 76, 112, 157, 216, 264
A Field Study on the Dwindling Force of Cognition (w/Elwell), 76, 114
—“Reply to Murray Bookchin” (w/Elwell), 157
Chateaubriand, François-Auguste-René, 435
Chastel, Arnaud, 106
Chatel, S. (Sébastien de Diesbach), 68
Châtelet, François, 46, 58, 71
Chaucer, Geoffrey 105, 528
Canterbury Tales, 345, 504
Chekhov, Anton, 304, 350, 503, 528, 623
Chen Tsai-tao, 47
Chermayeff, Serge, 409
Cherry, Don, 314
Cherry, Randall, 76
Chessman, Caryl, 317, 605
Chesterton, G.K., 317, 330, 504, 630
Chetin, Sara, 205
Cheval, Ferdinand 104
Cheval, Patrick, 56
Chiang Kai-shek (Jiang Jieshi), 47, 134
Chicago in the 1920s (Rexroth on), 330-331
Chicago Eight, 106, 251
Chicago Review, 441
Chicano riot (Los Angeles, 1970), 106, 114, 256
Child ballads (collected by Francis James Child), 308, 345, 515
children, childhood, 101-102, 104-105, 137, 309, 311, 446
—books for, 527
Chin P’ing Mei (The Golden Lotus or The Plum in the Gold Vase), 310, 347, 506
China, 18, 29, 37, 39-39A, 47, 48, 52, 57, 71, 73, 83, 84, 104-105, 107, 110-111, 134, 141, 254,
387,
394, 636, 648
—art,
388, 389
—classic novels, 105, 138, 310, 347, 506
—poetry, 388, 393, 506
—theater/opera, 357, 602, 625, 637-638,
643-644
—landscape paintings, 104
—philosophy, 387
—science, 387, 518
—ancient civilization, 85, 301, 343
—secret societies, 4
—revolution (1925-1927), 47, 52, 73, 84, 240, 324, 520; Shanghai uprising (1927), 47, 71, 134
—bureaucratic Stalinist revolution (1949), 7, 25, 37, 47, 80, 84, 103, 520
—“Cultural Revolution” (1966-1976), 47, 71, 73, 103, 107, 111, 134, 254, 301, 520
—Tiananmen Square movements (1976 & 1989), 103-104, 134, 158
Chinatown (San Francisco), 359, 364
Chirac, Jacques, 162, 164
Chirico, Giorgio de, 2-3, 118
Chokei, 138
Chombart de Lauwe, Paul Henry, 15
Chomsky, Noam, 59, 102, 157, 193, 519
Chopin, Frédéric, 313
Chou En-lai (Zhou Enlai), 47, 135
Christ, Jesus, 4, 27-28, 85, 119, 139, 190, 251, 301, 319, 325, 346, 511
Christian Science Monitor, 102-104, 107
Christian Socialism, 436
Christianity, 7, 24, 27-29, 34, 38, 40-41, 46, 75, 85, 88, 105, 107, 119, 138-139, 203-204, 251, 254, 301, 316, 319-320, 332, 359, 363, 394, 433,
435-437, 511. See also separate “Communalism” index
Christie, Stuart, 75
Chronos (England), 76, 107, 157
Chtcheglov, Ivan, 2, 7, 75
—“Formulary for a New Urbanism,” 15, 104, 325B
—“Letters from Afar,” 2, 15
Chuang Tze, 138, 304, 319, 343, 415, 510, 535
Chung Ling, 338
CIA, 75, 135, 157, 206
The Cid (Spanish epic), 346
The Cid (Corneille), 4
Ciliga, Ante, 80, 84
The Russian Enigma, 357, 520, 644
cinema. See film
circuses, 609
Citizen Kane (Orson Welles film), 50
cities; city planning. See architecture and urbanism
civil rights movement, 38, 102-103, 105, 139, 264, 317, 353, 521,
604, 617, 650
Clark, Ramsey, 107
Clark, Timothy J., 62, 76, 206
The Class Struggles in France (Marx), 74
classes; class society, 27, 29, 39-39A, 47, 53, 71-72, 83, 84, 85, 88-89, 97, 103, 119, 201, 208, 212-213, 216, 301, etc. See also hierarchy; bureaucracy; capitalism
classical music, 194
Claudel, Paul, 41
Clausewitz, Karl von, 47, 55, 75, 97, 145
On War, 102, 525
Cleaver, Eldridge, 111
Clemenceau, Georges, 3A-4
CLER (French Trotskyist student group), 56
Clinton, Bill, 104
Club Med, 21, 41-42, 203
CMDO (Council for Maintaining the Occupations), 55, 56, 73, 75, 103
—“Report on the Occupation of the Sorbonne,” 56
—“For the Power of the Workers Councils,” 56
—“Address to All Workers,” 56, 104
CNT (French anarchist labor union), 163
CNT (Spanish anarchist labor union), 39A, 59, 133, 190
Cobbett, William, 157
Cobra (Experimental Artists’ International), 5, 7, 75-76, 196, 244-247
Cocteau, Jean, 7, 98D
Cohen, Leonard, 107, 139, 160, 308, 362
Cohn, Norman, 80, 85, 518
Cohn-Bendit, Daniel, 55, 56, 75
Obsolete Communism: The Left-Wing Alternative (w/Gabriel Cohn-Bendit), 56, 75
COINTELPRO operation (FBI), 105-106
Coit Tower (San Francisco), 649, 358
Cold War, 24, 205-206, 614, 621
Coleman, Ornette, 137, 314, 354, 605
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 345, 347B, 349-350, 436, 441
Collectif Libertaire du Val d'Oise, 163
collectives. See communes and collectives
Collette, Rosa, 103
Collins, Judy, 308
colonialism. See Third World
Coltrane, John, 107, 314, 622
Comecon, 57
Comfort, Alex, 307, 310, 347
comics, 50, 56, 106, 205, 310, 312, 517
Comintern (Third International), 41, 47-48, 71, 80, 84, 202,
240, 324, 334
Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), 107, 513
Committee of 100 (England), 71, 75
commodity system. See capitalism
Commoner, Barry, 24
Common Market (European Community), 37, 39A
communalist movements, 40, 132, 139, 301-307, 319. See also separate “Communalism” index
communes and collectives (1960s), 112, 113, 254, 263, 264, 265, 307
communism (in the true sense of the word), 46, 48, 72, 101, 104, 117, 136, 139, 202, 301-307, 319
Communist League (1847-1852), 74
Communist Manifesto (Marx & Engels), 4, 12, 29, 72, 74, 84, 132, 202, 217-220, 301, 307, 317, 325B, 334, 348-349, 415
Communist International. See Comintern
“Communist” parties, 29, 47, 48, 57, 59, 71, 84, 139, 202, 251, 254. See also Stalinism
—Algerian, 39
—American, 157, 317, 331, 334
—Bolivian, 362
—Chinese, 47, 73, 134, 301, 636
—Czechoslovakian, 57
—Danish, 50
—French, 48, 55, 57, 71, 73, 75, 101, 103, 139, 191, 203, 236, 362
—German, 59
—Greek, 103
—Indochinese (Vietnamese), 48, 221-243
—Indonesian, 39
—Iranian, 135
—Italian, 47, 56, 57, 103
—Polish, 71, 111, 134
—Russian, 47, 73, 84, 134. See also Bolshevik Party
—Spanish, 90
—Yugoslavian, 301
computers, 60, 90, 101, 104, 191, 193, 195
Comte, Auguste, 218
Confucianism, 138, 319, 343, 387-388, 510
Confucius, 47, 510
Congo, 24, 32, 35, 37, 40, 608, 613-614
—Katanga region, 29, 37
—Kivu region, 72
Conner, Bruce, 611
Conrad, Joseph, 310, 347B, 350, 431, 504
conservation.
See ecological and environmental issues
Constant (Nieuwenhuis), 5, 7, 16, 17A, 31, 34, 71
Constantine, 301
Constructivism, 246, 248
consumer society. See capitalism
consumer strikes, 103
Contemporary Issues (London), 106, 157, 202, 213, 525
—“The Great Utopia,” 157, 525
Contradiction, 75, 106, 112-113, 114, 129-131, 146, 190, 205, 250, 257, 262-265
—“Anti-Anti-Mass,” 114, 262
—“Bureaucratic Comix” (Knabb), 106, 111, 114, 257
—“Critique of the New Left Movement,” 106, 114
—“On the Poverty of Hip Life,” 106, 114, 191
—“An Open Letter to John Zerzan,” 114
—“Still Out of Order” (w/Point-Blank), 114, 205, 262
—“Wildcat Comics,” 114
Cooper, David, 75, 129
Cooperstein, Robert, 106, 122, 130, 146
The Reproduction of Human Capital (pamphlet on children), 106
cooption, 26
Corbière, Tristan, 308, 386, 502
CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), 317
Corman, Cid, 315
Cornand, Brigitte, 76
Cornuault, Joël, 1, 106-107, 121, 130, 146
Correspondence (Detroit), 25
Corso, Gregory, 316, 408, 410
Cossery, Albert, 102, 507
Costa, Xavier, 76
Cotton Club, 313
Coudray, Jean Marc. See Castoriadis
Council for Conscious Existence (CCE), 106
Council for Maintaining the Occupations. See CMDO
Council for the Eruption of the Marvelous (CEM), 106, 114, 130, 250, 251-254
—“Great Moments in the Void” trading cards (Hammer), 106
On Wielding the Subversive Scalpel, 106, 114
councilism, 56, 59, 74, 103, 191. See also workers councils
councilist organizations, 59
counterculture (1960s), hippies, 102, 105, 106-107, 112, 113, 114, 139, 157, 160, 174,
196, 205, 216, 252, 254, 264, 265, 301, 307-308, 316, 334, 345, 360-362, 365, 408, 412-414, 521. See also youth rebellion
counterfeitism, 106
Counter-Reformation, 305
Country Joe and the Fish, 105, 308
Cournot, Michel, 44
cowboys, 332
CPE (Committee for Participatory Education), 251
CPE (Contrat Première Embauche), 162-164
Craigslist, 168
Crane, Hart, 315, 332, 379, 386
Cravan, Arthur, 29, 92, 97
Create Situations (Chastel-Verlaan group), 106, 114, 146
Creeley, Robert, 315, 410
crime and punishment, 101-102, 104, 167, 207, 331, 525
CrimethInc,
194
Critique of Political Economy (Marx’s Capital), 50
Critique of the Gotha Program (Marx), 74
Cromwell, Oliver, 157, 304
Cronin, Isaac, 106-107, 122, 129-130, 145-146, 190, 191A, 205, 253.
—“The American Situationists: 1972-77,” 106
—“A Critique of ‘On Wielding the Subversive Scalpel’ by One of Its Authors,” 106, 114
—“We’re Tired of Playing With Ourselves” (w/Hammer & Smith), 106, 205
Implications (w/Shutes), 106, 130
Call It Sleep (video w/Seltzer), 107, 145
Money: Myths and Realities (w/Béland), 107
Cros, Charles, 308, 337, 423
CRQS (Center for Research on the Social Question), 106-107, 121, 130
Débat d’orientation de l’ex-Internationale Situationniste, 76, 130
—“Declaration Concerning the CRQS,” 106, 130
See other CRQS publications under Denevert
CRS (French riot police), 55, 58
Crumb, Robert, 517
Crusades, 304,
426
Crystal Night (1938), 27
Cuba, 24-25, 32, 35, 39-39A, 47-48, 52, 57, 71, 105, 110, 130, 216, 254, 358, 602, 608, 613, 617
cubism, 42, 88, 137, 246, 313, 315-316, 323, 385, 405
culture and society, 7, 11,
17B, 19, 23, 30-32, 36, 67, 70, 88, 132, 139, 196, 360. See also art; counterculture
cummings, e.e., 308, 352, 386, 443
Cunningham-Graham, R.B., 374
Custer, George Armstrong, 98D
CWA (Communication Workers of America), 262
cybernetic welfare state, 27-28, 112, 264
Czechoslovakia (1968 revolt), 56, 57, 58, 73-74, 80, 101, 103, 111, 158, 520; Prague, 263

D

dadaism, dadaists, 2, 7, 27, 29-30, 32, 36, 40, 41, 70, 75-76, 88, 106-107, 157, 205, 246-248, 253, 316, 329-330, 334, 352
Dahou, Mohamed, 7
Daily Californian (Berkeley), 205
Daily Kos (blog), 166
Daily Telegraph (London), 75
Dalai Lama, 158
d’Alembert, 41
Daligand, Daniel, 91
Damia, 107
Damn Yankees (musical), 627
dancing, dance music, 313
Danger: Official Secret—RSG 6 (Spies for Peace), 70
D’Annunzio, Gabriele, 4
Dante, 32, 137-138, 309-311, 319, 324, 325B, 336, 350, 378
De Monarchia, 345
The Divine Comedy, 344-345, 503
Darlington, C.D., 248
Darrow, Clarence, 137, 207, 330, 525
Darwin, Charles, 106-107, 362, 513
Dauvé, Gilles.
See Barrot
David, Jacques-Louis, 3A
Davidson, Basil, 518
Davis, Miles, 315
Day, Dorothy, 334
de Angulo, Jaime, 332, 515
De Bello Civili (Thessaloniki), 146
De Chirico, Giorgio, 2-3, 118
de Cleyre, Voltairine, 139, 325, 334
de Gaulle, Charles. See Gaulle, Charles de
de Kooning, Willem, 315
De Leon, Daniel, 317, 331
De Quincey, Thomas, 337
De Vries, Bernhard, 71
Dead Sea scrolls, 301
Dean, James, 264, 308
death, American way of, 86
Debord, Alice (Becker-Ho), 76, 91
Debord, Guy, 2-4, 7-8, 14-15, 17, 20, 23, 26, 28, 50, 66-70, 74-76, 81-89, 91-98I, 106, 114, 118, 126, 130-131, 142, 145, 157-158, 160, 168, 191-192, 194, 244, 316, 502, 526
—films, 16, 25, 65, 75, 76, 91-98I, 102, 106-107, 126, 142, 145, 157, 194, 210
Beautiful Youth (uncompleted project), 2
Comments on the Society of the Spectacle, 60, 79-80, 91, 101-102, 145, 194, 500
—“Conditions du mouvement révolutionnaire congolais,” 35
Correspondance, 43
—“Correspondence with a Cybernetician,” 71
Critique of Separation (film), 19, 98A
—“The Death of J.H.” (metagraph), 4
—“Declaration” (w/Riesel & Viénet), 74
—“Directives,” 70
“La Grève asturienne, 32
Howls for Sade (film), 65, 92, 98A, 98F
In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni (film), 75, 91,
98D-98F, 157
Mémoires (w/Jorn), 16
Oeuvres, 32, 80
On the Passage of a Few Persons Through a Rather Brief Unity of Time (film), 16, 98A-98B
—“The Organization Question for the SI,” 74
—“Perspectives for Conscious Changes in Everyday Life,” 107
Preface to the Fourth Italian Edition of “The Society of the Spectacle,” 60, 103
—“Preliminaries Toward Defining a Unitary Revolutionary Program” (w/Canjuers), 24, 68, 139
The Real Split in the International (La véritable scission dans l’Internationale, including Debord & Sanguinetti’s “Theses on the SI and Its Time”), 1, 75, 102, 114, 123, 125, 129-130, 205
“Relevé provisoire des citations et des détournements de La Société du Spectacle,” 80
—“Remarks on the SI Today,” 114
—“Report on the Construction of Situations,” 4, 10, 18
—“The Situationists and the New Forms of Action in Politics and Art,” 36
The Society of the Spectacle (book), 1, 55-56, 58, 64-65, 74-75, 77,
79-80, 91, 95-96, 98C, 101-102, 106, 110, 114, 126, 130, 133, 139, 141, 145, 157, 172, 191A, 194, 205, 240, 253, 526
The Society of the Spectacle (film), 3, 65, 75, 96,
98C-98D, 126, 145
—“Theory of the Dérive,” 106
—“Theses on Cultural Revolution,” 17B
—“Theses on the Paris Commune” (w/Kotányi & Vaneigem), 55, 75, 114
—“A User’s Guide to Détournement” (w/Wolman), 16
For more information on Debord’s films and post-SI writings, see the Situationist Bibliography
Debordism, 106
Debray, Régis, 157
Debs, Eugene, 102, 137, 140, 207, 325B, 330
Debussy, Claude, 313, 635
Trio Sonata, 314, 610, 630
Decameron (Boccaccio), 105, 145
decentralization, 104
“Declaration of the 121” (France, 1960), 28, 75
Declaration of the Rights of Man (1793), 164
Defoe, Daniel, 137, 310, 329, 345, 380
Moll Flanders, 347
Robinson Crusoe, 310, 347, 350, 504
Dekker, Thomas, 346
delinquents, 24, 25, 71, 264, 422, 628. See also youth rebellion
Deller, Alfred, 657
Delvaux, Jean. See Castoriadis
democracy (direct and participatory as opposed to representative and governmental), 55-56, 69, 73, 101, 103, 104, 111-112, 157, 162-163, 202, 209, 216, 264, etc. See also self-management; workers councils; popular assemblies; electoral politics
Democratic Party (USA), 165, 216
Denevert, Daniel, 106-107, 119-121, 130, 146
Suggestions relatives au légitime éloge de l’I.S., 106
—“Sur les fonds d’un divorce,” 106, 190
—“Theory of Poverty, Poverty of Theory” [aka “Theory of Misery, Misery of Theory”], 106, 125-126, 130
—“To Clarify Some Aspects of the Moment” (Pour l’intelligence de quelques aspects du moment), 106, 130
Denevert, Daniel & Françoise, 106-107, 121, 126
—“Un Anti-Denevert,” 130
Chronique des Secrets Publics, 126-127, 130
—“Declaration Concerning the CRQS” (w/Bloch & Cornuault), 106, 130
—“Lettres sur l’amitié,” 107
Denevert, Françoise (alias Jeanne Charles), 106-107, 121, 126-127, 146
Deng Xiaoping (Teng Hsiao-p’ing), 206
Denmark, 37, 50, 70
Densmore, Frances, 318
Depétris, Jean-Pierre, 191A,
196
dérives, 2, 7, 11, 15, 106-107, 118. See also psychogeography
Descartes, René, 41, 59, 194
Desnos, Robert, 326, 334, 337
“Destruction of RSG-6” demonstration (Denmark), 36, 70
detective fiction, 508
détournement, 4, 11, 16, 18, 22, 28, 32, 36, 40-42, 50, 58, 70, 75, 88, 91, 95, 98C-98D, 106-107, 114, 118, 125, 142, 145, 151, 157, 194, 253, 263
Dharmapada, 361
di Prima, Diane, 316
Diaghilieff ballet, 354
dialectics, 41, 58, 84, 88, 102, 119-120, 194, 201, 212-213, 216. See also revolutionary theory
“The Dialectics of Celebrity” (article in a women’s lib paper), 264
Diamond, Jared, 193, 515
Diamond Sutra, 510
Dick Tracy, 310
Dickens, Charles, 310
David Copperfield, 354, 504, 611
Pickwick Papers, 504
Diderot, Denis, 41, 75, 157, 311
Jacques the Fatalist, 157, 502
Diebenkorn, Richard, 644
Diem, Ngo-dinh, 48
Diggers (English Revolution), 139, 157, 304
Diggers (San Francisco), 105, 112-113, 264-265, 521
Dio, Johnny, 18
“Diverse Comments on the Public Activity of the Bay Area ‘Notice Comrades’,” 190
Diversion (Horelick), 106, 130, 190
Djilas, Milovan, 301
Dodge, Mabel, 351
Dôgen, 107, 510, 528
Dohrn, Bernardine, 111
dolce stil nuovo (13th-century Italian poetic school), 32
Dolgoff, Sam, 59, 80, 103
Domenach, Jean-Marie, 46
Dominican Republic, 359
—Santo Domingo, 37
Domino, Fats, 308
Donatello, 97
Donleavy, J.P., 358, 650
Donné, Boris, 2, 76
Donne, John, 333
Donovan, 139, 308
Dooley, Mr. (Finley Dunne character), 105, 312
Doors, 308
Dorrenbach, Heinrich (revolutionary sailor), 59
d'Ors, Eugenio, 88
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 105, 138, 310-311, 340, 348-350, 429, 431, 503
The Brothers Karamazov, 29, 346, 354, 429, 611
Notes from the Underground, 381
Dotremont, Christian, 5, 247
Douglass, Frederick, 102, 191, 521
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 118, 347, 361, 508
drama, 603
Dragon Lady (character in Terry and the Pirates), 310
The Dream of the Red Chamber (The Story of the Stone), 137, 310, 346, 347, 354, 506, 528, 611
Dreiser, Theodore, 310
Dresden insurrection (1849), 70
Dreyer, Carl, 105
The Passion of Joan of Arc, 357, 638
Drouin, Pierre, 12
drugs, 23, 71, 105, 265, 360, 365, 408, 444, 638, 649. See also psychedelics; marijuana
Dryden, John, 378-379
Du Bois, W.E.B., 521
Dubcek, Alexander, 57
Ducasse, Isidore. See Lautréamont
Duchamp, Marcel, 4, 41, 70, 137, 386
Dugan, Michael, 206
Dühring, Eugen, 114
Dumas, Alexandre, 2
Dumontier, Pascal, 76
Dunayevskaya, Raya, 523
Duncan, Isadora, 330
Duncan, Robert, 105, 315, 334, 410,
612
Dunne, Finley Peter, 105, 312, 517
Dunnington, Greg, 205
Durant, Will and Ariel, 518
Durante, Jimmy, 313
Durrell, Lawrence, 105, 381, 504
Durruti, Buenaventura, 28, 102, 103, 519
Durruti Column (Spanish civil war), 28, 33, 49
Dutschke, Rudi, 57
Dylan, Bob, 105, 113, 137, 139, 160, 265, 308, 359, 408, 501

E

East Bay Express, 107, 168
East Europe, Eastern bloc, 7, 24, 27, 29, 36, 43, 47, 57, 71, 80, 84, 103, 139, 141, 144, 301, 361, 520. See also Russia; Stalinism
Eastland, Senator, 314
Eastman, Max, 84
Eberhart, Richard, 334, 604
Ebert, Friedrich, 59, 84
Eckhart, Meister, 138, 302, 511. See also separate “Communalism” index
Ecclesiastes,
395
ecological and environmental issues, 29, 74, 87, 97, 101, 104, 105, 119, 132, 139, 156-157, 191, 193-194, 202, 212, 213, 264, 301, 344, 360, 362,
409, 414, 513, 608, 619. See also technology; architecture and urbanism
economic crises, 55, 84, 101, 159,
194
economy. See capitalism
education, 71, 104-105, 306, 329, 393, 509, 527
Egypt, 48, 52, 80, 84, 169, 638
—ancient, 85, 301
Egyptian Book of the Dead, 346
Ehrenburg, Ilya, 635
1844 Manuscripts (Marx), 74-75
Einstein, Albert, 212-213, 247, 343
Eisenstein, Sergei, 4, 50, 65, 415
Potemkin, 75, 92, 103, 145
Ten Days That Shook the World, 75, 145
Elde, Ansgar, 26
electoral politics, 101, 102,
165, 167, 174, 194, 216, 311
Elektra (Cacoyannis film from Euripides play), 357, 638
Eliade, Mircea, 27
Eliot, T.S., 137, 157, 312, 315-316, 319, 321, 324, 326, 348, 351, 353, 378, 380, 385-386, 410, 418, 431,
644
The Waste Land, 323
Elle, 42
Ellington, Duke, 137, 313, 327
Elliott, Jack, 105
Ellis, Havelock, 347
Ellison, Ralph, 505
Éluard, Paul, 315
Ellul, Jacques, 193
Autopsy of Revolution, 75
Propaganda, 29, 525
Elwell, Bruce, 62
A Field Study in the Dwindling Force of Cognition (w/Chasse), 76, 114
—“Reply to Murray Bookchin” (w/Chasse) 157
Emanuel, Rahm, 174
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 118, 306, 505
Emison, Grant, 190
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 137, 380
Encyclopédistes, 28, 41, 71
“The End of Prehistory” (radio program), 129
Engels, Frederick (Knabb pseudonym), 114, 253
Engels, Friedrich, 69, 75, 80, 84, 104, 107, 116, 125, 129, 201-202, 212-213,
217-220, 264, 301, 306-307, 309, 331, 433, 435, 523
Anti-Dühring, 114, 523
Communist Manifesto (w/Marx), 4, 12, 29, 74, 84, 132, 202, 301, 307, 317, 325B, 334, 348-349, 415, 523
The Condition of the English Working Class, 349
The German Ideology (w/Marx), 46, 50, 74, 84, 85, 87, 114, 512
—Introduction to Marx’s Class Struggles in France, 74
The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State, 515
The Peasant War in Germany, 303
Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, 301, 319, 523
England, Great Britain, 9, 21, 27, 38, 49, 62, 71, 129, 202, 207, 254
—Peasant rebellion (1381), 302
—process of “primitive accumulation,” 101
—Revolution (1640-1660), 40, 139, 157, 304, 518
—workers movement, reformism of, 84
—Mandate over Palestine (1920-1948), 48
—Spies for Peace scandal (1963), 70, 71, 102
—Rhodesian crisis (1965), 38
—Labour government, 38, 56, 71
—youth rebellion, 9, 71
—wildcat strikes, 37, 56, 71
—literature, 504
Enragés (1793), 27, 40
Enragés (1968), 55, 56, 58, 73, 75, 102-103, 129
Enragés and Situationists in the Occupations Movement. See under Viénet
Enragés-Situationist International Committee, 56, 73
Entr’acte (René Clair film), 92
environmental issues.
See ecological and environmental issues
Epimenides, 48
Ernst, Max, 315, 334
Erostratus, 27
Escudero, Vicente (dancer), 611
Essenes, 301
Essenin, Sergei, 326
Estes, Sleepy John, 105
Étiemble, René, 56, 349
Étude sur le mouvement communaliste à Paris (Lefrançais), 58
Euclid, 354, 611
Euripides, 322, 342, 350, 379, 416, 501
Elektra, 357, 638
The Trojan Women, 210, 379
Europe, James Reese, 313
Eva (French singer), 308
Everard, William, 304
Everest, Wesley, 325B, 331
Everson, William (Brother Antoninus), 105, 315, 316, 410
everyday life, 23, 27-28, 130, 251, 252, etc. See also leisure; survival
existentialism; existentialists, 7, 9, 18, 71, 105, 138, 319, 417
Experimental Artists’ International (Cobra), 7
exploration, great age of, 518
L’Express (Paris), 58, 71
Expressionism, 246
Extraphile (Virginia), 146

F

Facebook, 174, 194
Fadiman, Clifton, 509
FAI (Iberian Anarchist Federation), 59, 74, 84, 264, 334
Faisal (king of Saudi Arabia), 48
Falangists (Spanish fascists), 37, 39A
fallout shelters, 24, 623
Fanon, Frantz, 52, 520
Fanonism, 52
Fargue, Léon-Paul, 337, 346, 502
Fariña, Mimi and Richard, 308
Farmers Confederation (Confédération Paysanne, France), 156
Farrell, James T., 311
fascism, 7, 27-29, 39-40, 59, 84, 101, 112, 139, 202, 216, 264, 317, 428
Faulkner, William, 311, 315
Faupel, Wilhelm von, 103
Faure, Edgar, 3A
Fazarkely, Gordon, 31
FBI, 18, 105, 206, 334
Feather, Leonard, 313-314
Federalist Papers (Hamilton, Madison & Jay), 521
Feiffer, Jules, 517
Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), 317, 334
Feltrinelli, Giangiacomo, 56
FER (French Trotskyist student group), 73
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 105, 308, 315-316, 365, 408, 410, 423,
603
Fernandel, 68
Ferré, Léo, 107, 160, 308
feudalism, 27, 28, 41, 84-85, 102. See also separate “Communalism” index.
Feuerbach, Ludwig, 37, 80, 88, 220, 512
The Essence of Christianity, 81
Principles of the Philosophy of the Future, 118
Feynman, Richard, 513
FGEL (French Federation of Liberal Arts Groups), 71
Fielding, Henry, 345
Tom Jones, 105, 341, 358, 504,
650
Fields, W.C., 105, 137
Fifth Estate (Detroit), 146, 191, 192-193
Figaro (Paris), 4
Figaro Littéraire (Paris), 75
Filiss, John,
193, 194
Fillon, Jacques, 3A
film, 4, 7, 26, 42, 50, 65, 68, 91-98F, 98H-98I, 102, 105, 141-142, 145, 210, 357-358, 516. See also Debord: films
Fine, Sidney, 103
Finland, 344, 361
Finnegans Wake (Joyce), 105, 310
Firestone, Shulamith, 363
First International (International Working Men’s Association), 25, 35, 39A, 43, 80, 84
fishing, 354, 608
FitzGerald, Edward, 379
Fitzgerald, Ella, 308, 423
Fitzgerald, F. Scott, 317
FLN (Algerian National Liberation Front), 39-39A
FLP (Spanish Popular Liberation Front), 39A
flash mobs, 162
Flaubert, Gustave, 105, 212, 310, 321, 348-350, 380, 422, 502
Fleury, Hélène, 221-223
Flint, Michigan, sitdown strike (1937), 103, 521
Florence, 104
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley, 330
folk music and folksongs, 105, 107, 139, 308, 313, 318, 345, 376, 504, 515
folklore, 312, 515
Folkways Records, 308
Fonda, Jane, 264
Foote, Caleb, 317, 334
For Ourselves (Berkeley situ group), 75
For Whom the Bell Tolls (film), 75, 98A, 98D, 145
Ford, Ford Madox, 107, 138, 157, 315, 351, 381, 419,
431, 443, 502, 504, 509
The Good Soldier, 350, 431
Parade’s End, 105, 138, 310, 350, 381, 431, 504
—poems, 431
Ford, Simon, 76
Forster, E.M., 315
Forsyth, Lucy, 76, 157
Foster, Nelson, 190, 510
Fougeyrollas, Pierre, 25
Fourier, Charles, 28, 32, 40, 51, 60, 71, 80, 84, 104, 106, 118, 125, 158, 306, 524
Notice to the Civilized Concerning the Next Social Metamorphosis, 60
Fourth International (Trotskyist), 71, 75, 80, 84, 240
Fourth World Manifesto, 112, 264
Fox, George, 325
France, 9, 24, 25, 71, 106, 208, 325B. See also Paris
—Fronde (1648-1653), 40, 80, 85
—revolution (1789-1793), 4, 21, 69, 85, 87, 117, 156, 174, 204, 208, 301, 348-349, 418, 519; Bastille (1789), 117; Parisian sections, 264; Enragés (1793), 40
—revolution (1848), 55, 69, 519
—Franco-German war (1870-1871), 103
—Paris Commune (1871), 25, 27, 36, 39, 55, 58-59, 69, 71, 75, 84, 95, 101, 103, 119, 137, 156, 163-164, 194, 216, 301, 307, 324, 349, 519
—avant-garde movements (ca. 1918-1957), 7
—colonization of Vietnam, 48, 221-243
—Algerian war (1954-1962), 5, 28, 39, 48
—Strasbourg scandal (1966), 49, 55-56, 58, 75, 102, 103, 253
—May 1968 revolt, 55-56, 58, 60, 66, 73, 75, 101-102, 103, 106, 120, 123, 125, 129, 139, 156, 162-164, 194-195, 203, 235,
236, 308, 362, etc. See more detailed listing under May 1968 revolt
—Lip company takeover (1973), 75, 103, 119, 129
—jobless revolt (1998), 156, 158
—suburban ghetto riots (2005), 162-163
—anti-CPE revolt (2006), 162-164, 165, 174, 195
Fleury, Hélène, 221-223
France-Soir, 39A
Francis, St., 301, 302, 325
Canticles, 318
Franciscans, 319
Franco, Francisco; Franco regime in Spain, 36-38,
39A, 55-56, 70, 84, 101, 103, 205
Franju, Georges, 98B
Frankfurt School, 190, 194, 213, 525
Frankin, André, 98B
Franklin, H. Bruce, 205
fraternization, 103
Frederick II (Holy Roman Emperor), 426-427
Frederick II of Prussia (“the Great”), 97
Free Speech Movement. See FSM
Freedom (London), 75
Freeman, Jo, 104, 209
Fréhel, 107
French literature, 502
French Socialist Party, 156
French songs, 107, 139, 160, 308, 313, 627
The French Student Uprising (ed. Schnapp & Vidal-Naquet), 75
Frenta de Liberación Popular (Spain), 39A
Les Frères Jacques, 308, 314
Freud, Sigmund, 7, 37, 40, 58, 80, 82, 116, 191, 212, 319, 333, 349, 351, 514
Freudian psychology, 7, 10, 58. See also psychoanalysis
Frey, Théo, 49
Friedman, Maurice, 319
Frisco, Joe, 313
Fromm, Erich, 212,
401
Fronde. See under France
Frost, Robert, 353, 607
Frounde, Richard Hurrell, 436
Frym, Gloria, 206
FSM (1964 Berkeley Free Speech Movement), 37-38, 71-72, 103, 105, 112, 166, 205, 254, 264, 521
Fuller, Margaret, 306
Fullerton, John, 76
functionalism, 7, 10, 246-247,
248
Fusion, 75
Futurism, 7, 247

G

Gabel, Joseph, 80, 89, 525
Gagarin, Yuri (astronaut), 29, 61
Galileo Galilei, 61
Gallifet, General, 3A
Gallizio, Giuseppe (Pinot), 5, 14, 16
Galvan, T., 39A
Gance, Abel, 98A
Gandharan Buddhist art, 322
Gandhi, Mohandas, 132, 158, 210, 317, 342, 353, 510, 520, 604
Gandhiism, 71, 132
gangs. See delinquents
gangsters, 18, 131
Garaudy, Roger, 42, 71
García Márquez, Gabriel, 507
García Oliver, Juan, 59
Gardner, Martin, 107, 504, 513
Garnault, Jean, 49
Garnautins (Frey, Garnault & Holl), 49, 51, 62, 66
Gaudí, Antonio, 363
Gauguin, Paul, 70, 404
Gaulle, Charles de, 28, 55-56, 71, 73, 75, 103, 105, 139, 362, 636-637, 648
Gaullism, de Gaulle regime, 25, 48, 55-56, 71, 73
Gaussen, Frédéric, 55
Gayraud, Joël, 76
La Gazette Littéraire (Switzerland), 58
Geismar, Alain (Maoist leader of SNESup), 55
Genet, Jean, 315
The Balcony, 605, 639
The Blacks, 616
genetic engineering, 156, 193
George, Henry, 304
German Ideology, The (Marx & Engels), 46, 50, 74, 84-85, 87, 114
German Social Democracy, 57, 59, 71, 84
Germany, 20, 24, 31, 48, 102, 141, 157, 202, 208, 361
—revolution (1848), 84, 95
—revolution (1918-1919), 25, 59, 90, 101-102, 103, 139, 331, 334, 519; Kiel mutiny (1918), 32, 71; Spartakist insurrection (1919), 40-41, 55, 59, 71, 84
—East Berlin workers’ uprising (1953), 71, 84
—Berlin crisis (1961), 619-620
—West Berlin student movement (1960s), 48-49
Getz, Stan, 308
Getzlet, Israel, 59
Gibbon, Edward, 107, 347A, 387,
424, 518, 528
Gibson, Morgan, 190, 316
Revolutionary Rexroth: Poet of East-West Wisdom, 140, 300, 316
Gide, André, 3A, 7, 41, 229
Gifford, Kathie Lee, 191, 192
Giles-Peters, A.R., 201
Gilgamesh, 137, 341, 507
Gillespie, Dizzy, 315, 629
Gilliam, Harold, 445
Ginsberg, Allen, 105, 108, 113, 139, 264-265, 308, 314-316, 353, 359, 365,
408, 410, 412, 414, 422-423, 603
Howl, 137, 365, 408, 412, 505
Giscard d’Estaing, Valéry, 96
Gitlin, Todd, 75, 157
The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage, 157, 521
The Twilight of Common Dreams: Why America Is Wracked by Culture Wars, 157
The Whole World Is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left, 157
giveaway strikes, 60, 103
Glaspie, April, 206
Gleason, Ralph, 359, 423
Gleizes, Albert, 656
Glenn, John, 626
Glucksmann, André, 55
Gnostics, gnosticism, 138, 301, 304, 319, 343, 349,
396, 397, 511
God, 9, 23, 27-29, 41, 61, 71, 88, 97, 105, 107, 138, 157, 190, 203, 319
God Speaks Through Me (Illinois), 146
Godard, Jean-Luc, 42, 49-50, 65, 68, 71, 75, 106, 203, 251
L’Amour, 65
Breathless, 68
The Gay Science, 65
Godwin, William, 301
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 311, 319, 417, 446
Goines, David Lance, 103
The Golden Ass (Apuleius), 105, 343, 501
The Golden Bough (Frazer), 323
Golden Gate Park (San Francisco), 355, 627, 651
Goldman, Emma, 59, 105, 137, 139, 158, 301, 324, 325, 330, 334, 444, 524
Goldmann, Lucien, 30
Goldner, Loren, 75, 129, 159, 519
Goldwater, Barry, 653
Gombin, Richard, 75, 129, 525
Gomulka, Wladyslaw, 57
Gonzalvez, Shigenobu, 76
The Good Soldier Svejk (Hasek), 102, 503
Good Times (San Francisco), 262
Goodall, Jane, 513
Goodman, Benny, 313
Goodman, Paul, 102, 104, 107, 158, 191, 210, 215, 300, 514, 525, 613, 624
Communitas (w/Percival Goodman), 104, 215, 525
—“On a Writer’s Block,” 114
People or Personnel, 104
Goodwin, Archie (Rex Stout character), 107
Gorbachev, Mikhail, 206
Gorter, Herman, 319, 331
Gorz, André, 25
Gospels, 138
Gotha Program, 74, 125
Gould, Stephen Jay, 513
Gracián, Baltasar, 86, 97
graffiti, 50, 131, 156
—May 1968, 55, 56, 73, 75, 102, 111, 194, 203
Graham, Billy, 190, 251
Gramsci, Antonio, 29, 37, 59
Grappin, Pierre, 56
Grateful Dead, 105
Graves, Morris, 315, 334, 407
Graves, Robert, 379, 501
Gray, Christopher, 62
King Mob, 62
Leaving the Twentieth Century, 1, 75-76, 107, 129, 146, 190
GRCA (Groupe Révolutionnaire Conseilliste d’Agitations — French situ group), 74
Great Books of the Western World, 509
Great Leap Forward (China, 1958), 47
Greco, Juliette, 308, 314
Greece, 264, 311
—ancient, 85, 95, 322, 341-343, 518
—Athens (ancient), 104, 128, 137, 191, 264
Greek Anthology, 325, 333, 335, 342, 379
Greek Communist Party, 103
Greek mythology, 501
Greek philosophers, 104, 128
Greek tragedies, 137, 319, 416, 417, 501
Greeley, Horace, 306
Green, Allan, 62
Green Corn Rebellion (Oklahoma, 1917), 312
Greene, Graham, 350
Greene, Robert, 76
Grégoire, Roger, 103, 106
—“To Readers of Black and Red” (w/Lanphear), 106
Worker-Student Action Committees: France May ’68 (w/Perlman), 56, 103, 106, 519
Gregory, Dick, 314
“Grenelle Accords,” 55
Griffith, D.W., 4
Gris, Juan, 349, 385
Gropius, Walter, 6, 246-248
Groueff, Stéphane, 18
Group for Research on Everyday Life, 23
Grousset, René, 426
Grove Press, 75
Guérin, Daniel, 45, 54, 519, 524
Guerrilla Art, 130
guerrilla theater, 162
Guevara, Che, 35, 39, 48, 105, 216, 251, 253, 362, 608
Guevaraism, 52, 60, 106, 134
Guiducci, Roberto, 29
Guigné, Joël, 146
Guilbert, Cécile, 76
Guilbert, Yvette, 308
Guillain, Robert, 29
Guitry, Sacha, 4
Gulf war (1991), 103, 107, 141, 190, 206
Gun Crazy (film), 97
Gustafson, Terry, 371
Gutentag, Eduardo, 206
Guthrie, Arlo, 308
Guthrie, Woody, 105, 308, 331
Gutierrez, Donald, 140, 300
Gut-Rage (Enragés leaflet), 56

H

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle), 315, 351, 379, 416
haiku, 438, 506
Hadj, Messali, 39
Hanh, Thich Nhat, 107, 144, 158
Hahnel, Robin, 104
Haight-Ashbury, 105, 113, 265, 316, 360-361, 365, 521
Haiti, 520
Haldeman-Julius, 332
Halliday [Johnny Hallyday], 71
Hamalian, Linda, 140, 157, 300
Hamill, Sam 300
Hamilton, Alexander, 521
Hammer, Dan, 1, 106, 122, 130, 146, 205, 252
—“Great Moments in the Void” trading cards, 106
Hammett, Dashiel, 137, 315, 508
The Maltese Falcon, 106
Handy, John, 619, 639
Handy, W.C., 313
happenings, 30, 71, 110, 139
Harbi, Mohammed, 39, 45
Hardy, Françoise, 308
Hardy, Thomas, 351
Harikrishnas, 252, 263
Harlem riots (1964), 358
Harrington, James, 302
Harte, Bret, 350
Haruki, Tommy, 106-107, 130, 146
Hashimoto, Yoshiharu, 190
Hasidism, 138, 319, 382, 397
Haussmann, Georges-Eugène, 3, 24
Havrenne, Marcel, 27
Hawking, Stephen, 104, 193, 513
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 306
Haycox, Ernest, 310, 315
Hayden, Tom, 111, 216, 264
Hayes, Dennis, 206
Haymarket anarchists, 325, 325B
Haywood, Big Bill, 207, 330
health care, 104, 193
Hearn, Lafcadio, 319
Heath, Thomas, 354, 611
Heatwave (England), 71
Hecht, Ben, 330-331
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 23-24, 28-29, 37, 41, 43, 46, 52, 55, 57-58, 70-71, 74-75, 80, 84, 85-86, 88, 95-96, 102, 106, 116-117, 130-131, 157, 194, 201, 212-213, 216-220, 307, 325A, 348, 512
The Difference Between the Philosophical Systems of Fichte and Schelling, 88
Jenenser Realphilosophie, 89
The Phenomenology of Spirit, 56, 58. 89, 102, 118, 190
The Philosophy of Right, 208
Hegelianism, 309
Heidegger, Martin, 34, 319
Heine, Heinrich, 157
Hell’s Angels, 264, 408
Hemingway, Ernest, 30, 315, 330, 332, 355, 431, 602, 619
Henderson, Fletcher, 313
Henry VIII, 436
Hentoff, Nat, 314
Heraclitus, 98E, 128, 203
Herald Tribune, 24, 38
Hermetic Books, 138
Herodotus, 35, 85, 95, 137, 301, 342, 342A, 518, 528
Herzl, Theodor, 48
Hesse, Hermann, 104-105, 107, 503
Hess, Myra, 313
hierarchy, hierarchical power, 27-29, 38, 53, 71-72, 81, 84, 101-103, 104, 111, 119, 136, 143, 209, 251, 253, etc. See also classes; capitalism
High Life music, 308
Hilferding, Rudolph, 84
Hill, Christopher, 157
The Law of Freedom and Other Writings of Gerrard Winstanley, 157
The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas in the English Revolution, 157, 518
Hill, Joe, 308, 325B, 330-331
Hill, Lew, 334
Hinduism, 320, 342, 361, 510
hippies. See counterculture
Hiroshima, 139, 311, 334, 352
Histadrut (Federation of Jewish Labor), 48
history, 85, 95, 220, 518, 519-525, etc.
Hitler, Adolph, 102, 116, 141, 201, 213, 304, 311, 319, 334, 348
Hitler-Stalin Pact (1939-1941), 48, 139, 240-241, 334, 352
“Hitlero-Trotskyists,” 41
Hitomaro, 137, 318, 339
Ho Chi Minh, 48, 111, 221-224, 231-232, 240, 241, 243, 300, 520
hobbies, 12, 104
Hoffman, Abbie, 112, 264
Hoffman, Allan, 62
Hofstadter, Douglas R., 513
Hofstätter, Peter R., 18
Hofuku, 138
Hölderlin, Friedrich, 348-349
Holiday, Billie, 160, 308
Hollon, Bobbi, 38
Hollywood, 38, 143
Holmes, John Clellon, 314, 408, 422-423, 614
Holmes, Sherlock (Conan Doyle character), 118
Home, Stewart, 76, 192, 194
homelessness. See housing; rent strikes
Homer, 105, 107, 137-138, 140, 309-310, 319, 326, 332, 342, 344, 347, 350, 378-379, 416, 421, 423, 501
Iliad, 97, 210, 311, 319, 340, 341, 343, 346, 348, 361, 439, 501, 528-529
Odyssey, 312, 340, 341, 343, 346, 350, 501, 528-529
homosexuality, 653
Hong Kong, 48, 107, 134, 190
Hongai-Campha workers-council “Commune” (Vietnam, 1945), 222, 231-232, 241
Hoover, J. Edgar, 210
Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 351
Horace, 315, 381, 440
Horelick, Jon, 62, 106
Horkheimer, Max, 212-213
Horrocks, Hilary, 221
House, Son, 105
housing, 104. See also architecture and urbanism
HUAC (House Un-American Activities Committee), 253, 317, 605, 613
Huckleberry Finn (Twain), 102, 137, 310, 312
Hudson, W.H., 374
Huerta, Alberto, 316
Hughes, Langston, 308, 313, 330, 423
Hugo, Victor, 2
Les huit journées de mai derrière les barricades (Lissagaray), 58
Huizinga, Jan, 80, 525
Human Behavior, 130
humanism, 27, 38, 71
L'Humanité (French Communist Party paper), 23, 75, 163
humor, 517
—Rexroth on, 137, 312, 321
—as radical tactic, 102
Humphrey, Hubert H., 48
Humpty Dumpty, 32
Huneker, James Gibbons, 353, 421, 601, 656
Hung, General, 47
Hungarian revolution (1956), 5, 37, 39, 44, 55, 57, 59, 80, 84, 90, 101, 103-104, 105, 110-111, 135, 145, 157-158, 253, 256-257, 317, 326, 519; Budapest workers councils, 36, 59, 71, 73
Hunter, Alberta, 330
Husák, Gustáv, 57
Hussein (king of Jordan), 48, 206
Hussein, Saddam, 103, 141, 206
Hussey, Andrew, 76
Hussites, 302
Hutchins, Robert M., 105, 166, 310
Hutterites, 139, 302-304, 307, 320, 366, 524
Huxley, Aldous, 105, 358, 400, 655
The Perennial Philosophy, 104, 511
Island, 107, 524

I

I Ching, 113, 265
Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI), 59, 74, 84, 264, 334
Ibsen, Henrik, 301, 330, 350, 503, 628
ICO (Informations et Correspondance Ouvrières — French ultraleftist newsletter/group), 55, 59, 71, 74, 114, 235, 239
iconoclasts, 27
ideology (as opposed to theory), 25, 28, 29, 35, 37, 41, 44, 47, 51, 53, 59, 71, 72, 84, 89, 95, 102, 104, 106, 118, 119, 125, 136, 192, 209,
212-213, 216, 254, 264, etc. See also Social Lie
Imagists, 318
Imrie, Malcolm, 76
Incas, 301
Ince, Thomas, 50
India, 47, 52, 361, 653
—ancient, 301, 322, 342, 361, 518
Indians. See American Indians
Indonesia, 39, 47
Industrial Revolution, 38, 82, 101, 104, 143, 192-193, 202
INEB (International Network of Engaged Buddhists), 158
Informations, Correspondance Ouvrières. See ICO
INSA (French National Institute of Applied Sciences), 55
intelligentsia, 28-29, 212-213
intentional communities. See utopian communities
International Alliance of Social Democracy (Bakuninist faction within the First International), 84
International Communist Current, 107
International Correspondence (Hong Kong), 190
International Monetary Fund (IMF), 104
International Movement for an Imaginist Bauhaus, 5, 6, 7, 76, 245-248
Eristica, 5
International Socialists, 262
International Working Men’s Association (First International), 25, 35, 39A, 80, 84
Internationale Situationniste. See Situationist International
internationalism, 37, 48, 55, 73, 103
Internationalism Bulletin (New York), 75
Internationals, 25, 40
—First (International Workingmen’s Association), 25, 35, 39A, 84
—Second (Socialist), 57, 71, 84, 202, 213
—Third (Communist, “Comintern”), 41, 47-48, 71, 84, 202, 213, 324, 334
—Fourth (Trotskyist), 71, 75, 84
Internet, World Wide Web, 104, 159, 162, 174, 191-191A, 193,
195, 196, 519
Ionesco, Eugène, 30, 137, 353, 429, 603,
616
IPN (National Pedagogical Institute), 55-56
Irak: les révoltes inconnues (Montreal), 146
Iran, 206
—1979 revolution, 103, 107, 135, 190
Iraq, 48
—Baghdad comrades (1959), 37
—Gulf war (1991), 103, 107, 141, 190, 206
—American invasion and occupation, 165
I.S. (Internationale Situationniste). See Situationist International
Isaacs, Harold, 47, 134, 222, 232-233, 324
Isherwood, Christopher, 510
Ishi, 515
Islam, 37, 39-40, 84-85, 204, 304, 319, 346, 426, 427, 511, 518, 638
Islamic fundamentalists, 103, 107, 135, 206
Isou, Jean-Isidore, 7, 36, 75, 92, 98A
Treatise on Slime and Eternity, 92
Israel, 37, 48, 135, 138, 206, 319
It Ain’t Me Babe (women’s lib paper), 253
Italian Anarchist Federation, 75, 123
Italian Anarchist Union, 59
Italian Socialist Party, 59
Italy, 7, 25, 57, 59, 102, 325B, 345; Venice, 327
—1920 revolution, 59, 90, 101, 519; Turin councils movement, 39, 59, 71, 73
—1968-1969 wildcat struggles, 56, 72
Ivain, Gilles (pseudonym of Ivan Chtcheglov)
IWW (Industrial Workers of the World) (“Wobblies”), 137, 139, 157, 196, 204, 211, 216, 325B, 330-331, 332, 334
Industrial Worker, 332
—comics, 102, 312
—songs, 102, 308
Izvestia (Moscow), 47-48

J

Jack the Ripper, 92
Jackson, Jonathan, 264
Jackson, Milt, 313
Jacob, Max, 326, 502
Jacobinism, 69, 80, 201
Jacobs, David, 76, 190, 205
Jacobson, Eli, 326
Jacopetti, Gualtierro, 65
jacqueries (violent peasant revolts), 27, 36, 40, 302-303
Jaeger, Werner, 342, 439
Jambu, Jeanne. See Smith, Jeanne
James, C.L.R., 520
James, Henry, 138-139, 157, 310, 312, 315, 321, 347-348, 380, 419, 445, 505
James, William, 312, 319, 332, 511
Jammes, Francis, 315, 318
Janneret, Georges, 58
Japan, 7, 9, 48, 56, 71, 102, 106, 107, 130, 202, 206, 316, 320, 328, 334, 438
—anarchists, 107, 130, 133, 190
—in World War II, 230-231, 240-241
—Sanrizuka occupation (1970s), 103, 133
—Stalinism, 47
—Zengakuren, 35, 37, 71, 73, 317
—art and poetry, 354, 609-610
—literature, 390, 391-393, 438, 506
Japanese-Americans (during World War II), 334
Jappe, Anselm, 76
Jarry, Alfred, 28, 308, 330
—Ubu cycle, 29, 647
jazz, 308, 313-314, 315, 319, 330, 354, 364-365, 422,
423, 603, 605-607, 610, 614, 616, 622, 625
jazz poetry, 137, 327, 330,
423
JCR (Revolutionary Communist Youth — French Trotskyist group), 55-56, 71, 73
Jefferies, Richard, 332
Jefferson, Blind Lemon, 105
Jefferson, Thomas, 317, 349
Jefferson Airplane, 308
Jehovah’s Witnesses, 307
Jews. See Judaism
Joan of Arc, 161
John of the Cross, St., 138, 190, 316
John the Baptist, 301
Johnny Guitar (Nicolas Ray film), 75, 98D, 145
Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 359
Johnson, Richard, 75
Johnson, Robert, 105
Johnson, Samuel, 138, 310, 312, 347, 436, 440, 504
Johnson, Shirley (“Leslie Smith”), 323, 325, 331
Jomini, Antoine-Henri, 97
Jones, Jim, 190
Jones, Ken, 158
Jones, LeRoi, 308
Jong, Erica, 505
Jong, Jacqueline de, 20, 26
Jonson, Ben, 311, 346
The Alchemist, 612
Volpone, 345, 637-638
Joplin, Scott, 313
Jordan, 48, 206
Jorn, Asger, 5-7, 12, 14, 19-20, 75-76, 244-248
Detourned Painting, 16
Fraternité Avant Tout: Asger Jorn's Writings on Art and Architecture, 1938-1958 (ed. Baumeister), 244-248
Mémoires (w/Debord), 16, 76
Pour la Forme, 244-248
—alias George Keller, 25
Josephus, 301
Jospin, Lionel, 156
Joyce, James, 32, 40-41, 98A, 105
Finnegans Wake, 105, 310, 347B
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 358
Ulysses, 340-341, 347B, 350, 358, 380, 504
Judaism, 48, 85, 138, 301, 319, 397, 511
Judas Iscariot, 190
Judd, Alan, 157
June 19th Declaration (accompanying Boumédienne’s coup), 37, 39
Jung, Carl, 138, 319, 344, 348, 351, 389, 434, 514
Jupiter Symphony (Mozart), 343-344
Jura Federation, 84
Juvenal, 440

K

Kabbalah, 138, 316, 319, 397
Kabuki theater, 353, 607
Kaczynski, Ted, 193
Kádár, János, 57, 206
Kafka, Franz, 346-347
Khaldun, Ibn, 518
Kalevala (Lönnrot), 105, 137, 344, 361, 503, 528, 532
Kamiya, Gary, 172
Kamenev, Lev, 59
Kamunist Kranti (India), 159
Kandel, Lenore, 308
Kandinsky, Vasili, 248, 315, 638
Kant, Immanuel, 310
KAPD (German Communist Workers Party), 39A, 59
Karol, K.S., 47
Kassem, Abd-ul-Karim, 48
Katanga (region of Congo), 29, 37
“Katangans” (France, May 1968), 55
The Katzenjammer Kids, 312
KAUD (German Communist Workers Union), 59
Kaufman, Bob, 365
Kaufmann, Vincent, 76
Kaufmann, Walter, 417, 501, 512, 540
Kaupp, Katia, 44
Kautsky, Karl, 80, 84, 104, 201
Communism in Central Europe at the Time of the Reformation, 303
The Social Revolution, 59
Kawabata, Yasunari, 443
Keaton, Buster, 105
Kebel, John, 436
Keene, Donald, 390, 392
Kekule, August, 312
Keller, George (pseudonym of Asger Jorn)
Kellner, Douglas, 201
Kennedy, John F., 24, 83, 210, 636, 646-647
Kerensky, Alexander, 55, 73
Kerouac, Jack, 105, 138-139, 310, 315-316, 365, 408, 422, 423
The Dharma Bums, 105, 314, 408, 505
Mexico City Blues, 422
On the Road, 137, 317, 343, 365, 408, 422
The Subterraneans, 314,
422
Kerr, Clark, 88
Kesey, Ken, 105, 113, 265
Keynes, John Maynard, 638
KGB (Russian secret police), 206
Khadaffi, Muammar, 206
Khatib, Abdelhafid, 7, 14
Khayati, Mustapha, 41, 49, 52, 74-75, 103
Khomeini, Ayatollah, 103, 107, 135
Khomeiniists, 103, 107
Khrushchev, Nikita, 44, 47, 71, 80, 83, 317, 635, 657
Khrushchevo-Brezhnevists, 39
kibbutzes, 48, 104, 138, 319, 524
Kiel mutiny (Germany, 1918), 32, 71
Kierkegaard, Soren, 40, 105, 138, 157, 319, 347-349, 354
Concluding Unscientific Postscript, 118
Philosophical Fragments, 88
The Sickness Unto Death, 205
King, Henry, 333
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 38, 105, 132, 158, 317, 343, 602
King Mob (Australia), 146
King Mob (England), 62
Kipling, Rudyard, 138, 319
Kivu (region of Congo), 72
Klee, Paul, 248
Klein, Yves, 616, 628
Kleiner, Elaine Laura, 300
Klossowski, Pierre, 41
Knabb, Ken, 105-107, 114, 130, 131, 146,
168, 190-191A, 195, 196, etc.
—“Affective Détournement: A Case Study,” 106, 190, 194
—“The Blind Men and the Elephant,” 76, 107, 129, 157, 190
Bureau of Public Secrets #1, 1, 106, 124, 190
Bureau Prehistory, 130, 250
—“Bureaucratic Comix,” 106, 114, 257
—“Confessions of a Mild-Mannered Enemy of the State” (autobiography), 107, 191-192
—“Do We Need Snyder for Poet-Priest?” 106, 196
Double-Reflection, 106-107, 129, 190, 194
—“Hello, men!” balloon, 106
—“How Not To Translate Situationist Texts,” 76
—“In This Theater...,” 106
—“The Joy of Revolution,” 79-80, 90, 107, 155-156, 158-159, 163, 191-194, 166, 169, 525-526
—“A Look at Some of the Responses to Public Secrets,” 193
—“Notice Concerning the Reigning Society” (w/Carrión, Cooperstein, Cronin, Hammer, Rosenberg & Shutes), 106-107, 130, 190
—“Ode on the Absence of Real Poetry Here This Afternoon,” 106
—“Open Letter to the Tokyo ‘Libertaire’ Group,” 107
—“The Opening in Iran,” 107, 190
—“Paris Spleen,” 107
Public Secrets, 153, 191-192, 196, 526
—“A Radical Group in Hong Kong,” 107, 190
The Realization and Suppression of Religion, 106-107, 159, 190-192
—“Reich: How To Use” (comic poster), 106
The Relevance of Rexroth, 107, 190, 316
Remarks on Contradiction and Its Failure, 106, 130-131, 205
—“Remarques sur le style de Double-Reflection,” 130
Situationist International Anthology, 1, 107, 190-191A, etc. See complete listing under Situationist International
—“The Society of Situationism,” 106-107
—“Special Investigator” business card, 106
—“Strong Lessons for Engaged Buddhists,” 158, 190
—“The War and the Spectacle” (Gulf war leaflet), 107, 190-191, 204
—“What Subversion Really Is” (alias Frederick Engels), 114
“Knabbists,” 76, 130, 190
Knapp, Gregory, 300
Koestler, Arthur, 520
Kokoschka, Oskar, 246
Kollontai, Alexandra, 80, 330
Koran, 37, 319
Korea, North, 105, 111
Korea, South, 158, 317
—public-participation newspaper strike, 103
Korean war (1950-1953), 317, 408
Korsch, Karl, 80, 106, 119, 201,
217-220, 417, 523
Karl Marx, 80, 348, 523
Marxism and Philosophy, 80
—“On an Activistic Form of Materialism and on the Class and Partisan Character of Science,” 201
—“Theses on Hegel and Revolution,” 80, 84, 201
Korun, Walter (Piet de Groof), 14, 76
Kosygin, Alexei, 47, 57
Kotányi, Attila, 20, 26, 51, 74
—“Basic Program of the Bureau of Unitary Urbanism” (w/Vaneigem), 24, 69
—“Theses on the Paris Commune” (w/Debord & Vaneigem), 55, 75, 114
Kotik, Jan, 5
KPD (German Communist Party), 59
KPFA (Berkeley noncommercial radio station), 137, 139, 308, 316, 334, 355, 362, 605,
614, 632, 636, 646
Kraft, Oliah, 191A
Kravetz, Marc, 55, 71
Krazy Kat (George Herriman comic), 517
Krivine, Alain (JCR leader), 55
Kroeber, Theodora, 515
Kronstadt revolt (1921), 25, 27, 32, 40, 55, 59, 71, 73, 80, 84, 90, 101, 105, 110-111, 137, 139, 253, 256-257, 301, 324, 331, 334, 520
Kropotkin, Piotr, 59, 105, 133, 138-139, 158, 190, 193, 301, 307, 316-317, 319, 324-326, 331, 333-334, 369, 415, 519, 524
Mutual Aid, 362, 439, 524
Ku Klux Klan, 4, 329
Kuchum (a Siberian warlord), 47
Kunzelmann, Dieter, 26
Kuo Min Tang (Guomindang), 47, 80, 84, 139, 324, 352
Kurds, 37, 103, 135, 206
Kuron, Jacek, 71, 111, 134, 519
Kuwait, 103, 206
Kwaterko, Mateusz, 91
Kwok, K.C., 134

L

La Bruyère, Jean de, 118, 502
La Farge, Oliver, 643
La Follette, Robert, 139, 333
La Fontaine, 502
La Rochefoucauld, François de, 23, 203, 502
labor unions, 25, 38, 39A, 48, 55, 59, 60, 71, 73, 84, 101, 103, 139, 156, 162-163, 202-203, 254, 257-260, 262. See also wildcat strikes
Labour government (England), 38, 56, 71
Labrugère, Jean-François, 107, 146
Lacenaire, Pierre-François, 97, 98D
Laclos, Pierre Choderlos de, 137, 347B, 350, 502
Laforgue, Jules, 315, 349, 386, 502
Laing, R.D., 75
Lallement, Jimmy, 146
Lamantia, Philip, 315-316, 334, 410
Lamartine, Alphonse de, 307
Lambert, Gérard, 203
Lambert, Pierre, 56
Lamennais, Félicité de, 138,
435, 436
Landauer, Gustav, 524
Landru, Henri Désiré, 27
language, 4, 27-28, 32, 41, 46, 88, 311, 509
Lankavatara Sutra, 312, 347B
Lanphear, Linda, 106
Lantern Waste (Australia), 190
Lao Tze. See Tao Te Ching
Laos, 135
Lapassade, Georges, 56, 71
Lapierre, Dominique, 18
Larson, Gary, 517
Larsson, Steffan, 26
Lasn, Kalle, 172
Latin literature,
440, 501
Laurel and Hardy, 105
Lausen, Uwe, 31
Lautréamont (Isidore Ducasse), 4, 27-28, 32, 40-42, 70, 75, 80, 105, 110, 205, 315, 352, 420
Maldoror, 4, 118, 253, 502
Poésies, 4, 34, 75, 80, 502
Law, William,
436
Lawrence, D.H., 105, 137, 138, 311, 313, 315, 326, 330, 332, 350, 351, 415,
419, 428, 431, 504
Lady Chatterley’s Lover, 381
Lawrence, Frieda, 138, 351
Lawrence, T.E., 343
Le Bidois, Robert, 46
Le Corbusier,
2, 7, 17, 246-248, 409
Le Guin, Ursula K., 194, 508, 534
Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter), 105, 107
League of Young Marxist Workers (Japan), 71
Lear, Edward, 312, 321
Leary, Timothy, 105, 113, 254, 265
Lebanon, 206
Lebovici, Gérard, 76, 91
Leclerc, Félix, 107, 160
Lee, Unruh, 191
Lefebvre, Henri, 23, 34, 42, 49, 55, 56, 71, 75, 98B
Critique of Everyday Life, 525
Positions contre les technocrates, 55
Lefort, Claude, 58
Lefrançais, Gustave, 58
Left Bank Books (Seattle), 190
Léger, Fernand, 333, 405
Legrand, Gérard, 9
Leiris, Michel, 10
leisure, 7, 9, 12, 17,
17B,18, 21, 23, 29, 35, 67, 71, 81, 109, 118, 122, 125, 265. See also everyday life
Lelouch, Claude, 71
Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich, 39, 47, 52, 55, 59-60, 69, 71, 73, 80, 84, 90, 101, 111, 119, 125, 139, 201, 213, 216, 331, 334, 523, 525
The Immediate Tasks of the Soviet Government, 59
Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism, 324
—“The Importance of Gold Now and After the Complete Victory of Socialism,” 60
Leftism: An Infantile Disorder, 301, 317
Materialism and Empirio-Criticism, 331
—“Materialism versus Objectivism,” 201
The State and Revolution, 101, 301, 523
—“Testament,” 80, 84
What Is To Be Done?, 71, 75
Leninism, Leninists, 28, 39-39A, 48, 52, 55-58, 59, 71, 80, 84, 101, 107, 110-111, 116, 134-135, 157, 224, 233, 235, 253, 257, 263, 307. See also Bolshevism
“Lenin Symphony,” 4
Lennon, John, 308
Leonardi, Lino, 194
Leonardo da Vinci, 213, 361
Leontov, 201
Leopardi, Giacomo, 336, 344
Leopold, Aldo, 513
Lessing, Doris, 504
Letter to Valentinov (Rakovsky), 39A
lettrism, lettrists, 7, 28, 32, 36, 50, 75
Les Cahiers du Lettrisme, 75
Poésie Nouvelle, 19
Lettrist International, 2, 3A, 5, 7, 76, 191
Potlatch, 3-3A, 5, 76, 107
Levellers (English Revolution), 157, 304
Levertov, Denise, 137, 315, 410
Lévi, Eliphas, 349
Levin, Thomas, 76
Levine, Cathy, 209
Lévi-Strauss, Claude, 71
Les Lèvres Nues (Belgium), 3, 4, 7, 15
Lewino, Walter, 56, 203
Lewis, John (Modern Jazz Quartet), 314
Lewis, Sydney, 106, 114
Lewis, Wyndham, 352
Leys, Simon:
The Chairman’s New Clothes, 47, 103, 520
Chinese Shadows, 134
Lhuillier, Professor, 49
Li Ch’ing-chao, 338, 388
Li I-Che, 102, 134
Li Po, 98E, 137, 324, 332, 379
Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Laclos), 137, 350
libcom.org, 194
liberalism, 216
Liberation (New York), 75, 317
Libération (Paris), 75, 134, 162
Libertaire (Tokyo), 107, 133, 146, 190
Libertarian Circle (aka San Francisco Anarchist Circle), 139, 157, 334, 408
Lichtheim, George, 348
Liebig, Justus von, 202
Liebknecht, Karl, 71, 80
Lieh Tzu, 319, 343
Lin Piao (Lin Biao), 47
Lindell, Katja, 20
Lindsay, Thomas, 166
Lindsay, Vachel, 308, 330
Linha Imaginòt (Toulouse), 146
Lip self-management takeover (1973), 75, 103, 119, 129
Lipton, Lawrence, 309, 315, 330, 415
Lish, Gordon, 640
Lissagaray, Henri Prosper Olivier, 58
Lister, Enrique, 24
Liszt, Franz, 313
literature, 380, 500-509
“The Little Car Out To Conquer Socialism,” 23
Little, Frank, 325B, 331
Little Lulu comics, 517
Little Richard, 308
Liu Chang, 47
Liu Shao-ch’i (Liu Shaoqi), 47
Living Theater, 624
Livy, 345, 518
Llabador (Strasbourg judge), 49, 75
Lloyd George, David, 60
Locke, John, 347B
Loeb, Harold, 602
Loeb, Jake, 330
Loisy, Alfred, 437
Lollards, 302
Lomax, Alan, 308, 313
Lonchampt, François, 163
London, 361
London, Jack, 311
London School of Economics Anarchist Group, 146
Longfellow, Henry W. (Hiawatha), 344
Longinus, 530
Lönnrot, Elias, 344
Looking Forward: Participatory Economics for the Twenty First Century (Albert & Hahnel), 104
Loompanics Unlimited (Washington), 146
looting, 38, 54, 60, 111, 143, 256
Lorca, Federico García, 160, 336, 346, 644
Lorrain, Claude, 2-3
Los Angeles riot (1992), 38, 103, 143, 191. See also Watts riot (1965); Chicano riot (1970)
Los Angeles Times, 256
Lothstein, 75
Loughman, John, 331
Lourau, René, 49, 56
Lovelace, Eugenia, 191
Low, Mary, 59, 103
Lowell, Amy, 315, 318, 386
Lowen, Alexander, 194
Lowenfels, Walter, 365, 408
Loy, Mina, 315
Lubicz-Milosz, O.V. de, 337, 502
Lucas, Michael, 106, 146
Luce, Henry, 312
Lucian, 208
luddism (“General Ludd”), 80, 84. See also vandalism
Lukács, Georg, 34, 75, 84, 106, 116, 119
History and Class Consciousness, 39A, 71, 80, 82, 84, 103, 523
lumpenproletariat, 28
Lumumba, Patrice, 37, 613-614
Lust for Life (Oregon), 146
Luther, Martin, 208, 302-303, 319
Lux, Guy, 58
Lux Mundi, 436
Luxemburg, Rosa, 34, 71, 80, 84, 106, 213, 325, 398, 523
—“Organizational Questions of Russian Social Democracy,” 71
Luxemburgism, 25
Lykiard, Alexis, 75
Lyotard, Jean-François, 96
Lysenko, Trofim, 80, 84

M

Mabille, Pierre, 7
Mabinogion, 346, 503
Mably, Moms, 314
Mac Orlan. See MacOrlan
Macallair, Dan, 104
Mach, Ernst, 213
Machado, Antonio, 336
Machiavelli, Nicolo, 75, 85, 96, 132, 145, 342A, 345, 518
The Discourses, 345
History of Florence, 47
Mandragola, 311, 357, 637, 641-642
The Prince, 87, 345
MacOrlan, Pierre, 160, 308, 311, 314, 502
Mad magazine, 42
Madigan, Frank, 252
Madison, James, 521
Mafalda comics (Quino), 517
Mafia (“the Organization”), 314, 330-331, 359, 365
Magritte, René, 74
Mahabharata, 137, 342, 346, 507, 510
Mahsas, Ali, 45
Mai-Mai Sze, 389
Mailer, Norman, 313-315
Mailer, Phil, 103, 519
Mairowitz, David, 75
Maistre, Joseph de, 435-436
Maitan, Livio, 12
Maitron, Jean, 56
Makhno, Nestor, 25, 139, 312, 324, 331, 334
Makhnovist revolution (Ukraine 1918-1921), 25, 71, 73, 101, 111, 139, 326, 334, 520
Malatesta, Errico, 105, 139, 334, 524
Malaysia, 104
Malcolm X, 521
Maldonado, Tomas, 12
Maldoror (Lautréamont), 4, 118, 253
Malevich, Kasimir, 40
Mali, 44
Mallarmé, Stéphane, 27, 40, 315, 318, 321, 348-349, 385-386, 502
—“A Throw of the Dice Will Never Abolish Chance (Un Coup de dés),” 27, 385-386
Malon, Benoît, 58
Malory, Thomas (Le Morte d'Arthur), 354, 504, 611
Malraux, André, 3, 36, 55, 311, 355, 619
The Maltese Falcon (Hammett), 106
Malthus, Thomas, 306
Mandel, Ernest, 39A
Manicheanism, 28
Mann, Harold, 331-332, 334
Mann, Thomas, 157, 417
Mannheim, Karl, 89, 212
Manson Family, 307
Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong), 47-48, 50, 52, 54-55, 71, 73, 75, 83, 103, 107, 111, 134-135, 141, 203, 254, 317, 334
Little Red Book (Quotations from Chairman Mao), 47, 254
Maoism, Maoists, 47, 52, 55, 57-58, 60, 73, 75, 116, 132, 134, 137, 307
—Algerian, 39
—American, 114, 216, 263
—French, 55, 58, 73
—Swiss, 203
March 22nd Movement (France, May 1968), 55, 56, 102
Marcus, Greil, 107, 190
Lipstick Traces, 76, 107
Marcuse, Herbert, 40, 55, 75-76, 80, 106, 114, 216, 253, 256, 512, 525
One Dimensional Man, 216
Soviet Marxism, 41
Marelli, Gianfranco, 76
Marichiko (Rexroth pseudonym), 328
Mariën, Marcel, 3
marijuana,
167, 360, 408, 444
Marivaux, Pierre, 117
Marlowe, Christopher, 651
Martaguet, Jean, 146
Martial, 415
Martin, François, 75, 191
Martin, J.V., 26, 31, 36, 70
—“Thermonuclear Maps,” 70
Martin, Miss, 75
Martos, Jean-François, 76
Marx Brothers, 105, 343
Marx, Karl, 3, 15, 23, 25, 27-29, 37, 40-41, 43-44, 50, 55, 58, 74-75,
80, 84, 85, 88, 95, 96-97, 101, 102, 104, 106-107, 116, 118-119, 125, 130-131, 139, 145, 158-159, 194, 196, 201, 202-203, 205, 208, 212, 213, 216, 217-220, 224, 235, 240, 253, 301, 303-304, 306-307, 309, 313, 316-317, 331, 334-345, 348, 351, 357, 360, 362, 433, 435, 523
—continued relevance of, 25, 101, 106, 202
—dialectical method, 58, 102, 134, 201, 208
—critique of political economy, 39A, 84, 159
—critique of ideology, 22, 25, 28, 35, 37, 39A, 44, 59
—critique of utopianism, 104, 301, 307
—on alienation and commodity fetishism, 27, 111, 116, 139, 360
—on religion, 208
—on religion in America, 190
—on the Paris Commune, 59, 69
Address of the Central Council to the Communist League, 39A
Capital, 52, 58, 65, 75, 84-86, 95, 101-102, 106, 116, 118, 212, 348-349, 360, 523
The Civil War in France, 69
The Class Struggles in France, 74
Communist Manifesto (w/Engels), 4, 12, 29, 72, 74, 84, 132, 202, 301, 307, 317, 325B, 334, 348-349, 360, 415, 523
Contribution to a Critique of Political Economy, 118
Critical Notes on “The King of Prussia and Social Reform,” 38
Critique of Political Economy (= Capital), 50
Critique of the Gotha Program, 74
1844 Manuscripts (Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts), 74-75, 89, 348, 523
The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, 25, 37, 519, 523
The German Ideology (w/Engels), 46, 50, 74, 84-85, 87, 114, 512
La guerre civile en France, 58
—“Introduction to a Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right,” 34, 71, 102, 208, 523
The Poverty of Philosophy, 3, 38, 86
—“Theses on Feuerbach,” 89, 512, 523
—Third Philosophical Manuscript (of 1844), 116
—“Toast to the Proletarians of Europe,” 25
Marxism, Marxists, 2, 7, 21, 25, 27-28, 35, 39A, 41, 44, 46-47, 56-59, 71, 73, 75, 84, 101-103, 106-107, 119, 132, 134, 139, 159, 201, 202-203, 206, 212-213, 216,
217-220, 301, 334, 348, 523
“Marxism-Leninism,” 41, 47
Mascolo, Dionys, 11A
Masini, Pier Carlo, 59
The Masses, 312
mathematics, 213, 513
Mathieu, Georges, 70
Mattick, Paul, 334, 398
Mattioli, Raffaele, 75
MAU (French Maoist student group), 56
Mauldin, Bill, 517
Mauriac, François, 3-3A, 641
Maurice, Frederick D., 436
May 1968 revolt (France), 55-56, 57, 58, 59-60, 62, 65-66, 73, 74-75, 101-102, 103, 105-107, 120, 129, 139, 145, 156, 158, 162-164, 169, 172, 194, 203, 256, 308, 334
—chronology, 55, 56
—Enragés agitations (January-May), 55, 56, 58, 73, 75, 102
—Paris street fighting (May 3-10), 55, 56
—Sorbonne occupation (May 13-17), 55, 56, 73, 75, 103
—wildcat general strike and factory occupations (May 16-early June), 55-56, 73, 75, 103
—possibility of workers councils and civil war, 55, 56, 73, 103
—sabotage by Communist Party and union bureaucracies, 55-56, 73, 101, 103, 195
—scope and liberating effect of, 55, 56, 73, 101-103, 116, 203
—graffiti, 55-57, 73, 101-103, 111, 203
—students’ secondary role in, 55, 73
—March 22nd Movement role in, 55-56, 102
—Action Committees in, 55, 56, 103
—SI’s prediction of, 55, 58, 102
—SI’s influence on, 1, 55, 56, 58, 75, 102, 106, 123, 144-145, 150, 190
—SI’s participation in, 55, 56, 73, 103
—Viénet book on (Enragés and Situationists in the Occupations Movement), 1, 55-58, 75, 103, 157, 203, 519
—other books on, 56, 75, 519
—sociologists and official commentators surprised by, 55
—economistic leftists’ lame attempts to account for, 55, 101
—psychologists panicked by, 58
—Godard outmoded by and insulted during, 64
—Rexroth views on, 139, 308, 362
—misconceptions and falsifications of, 75, 101, 105, 129, 134
—international reverberations, 56
—aftermath (“ebbing of May” period), 66, 106, 120, 125
—spectacle’s subsequent repression of, 101
Mayakofsky, Vladimir, 326
Mayans, 301
Mazdaism, 304
McCarthyism, 251, 317, 408
McCartney, Paul, 308
McClure, Michael, 315-316
The Beard, 360
McCoy, Horace, 315
McDonough, Thomas, 76, 191
McHale, John, 194
McIntyre, Cardinal, 38
McLaren, John, 356
McLaren, Malcolm, 75, 190
McLuhan, Marshall, 76
McLuhanism, 263
McTaggart, John, 319, 325B
Mead, George R.S., 396
Mechthild of Magdeburg, St., 302, 349
MEDEF (French Confederation of Business Enterprises), 163
media. See spectacle
Media Blitz (New York), 146
Medical Students Action Committee (May 1968), 56
Medici, Lorenzo de’, 85
Mehring, Franz, 348, 523
Melancholic Troglodytes, 146
Meleager, 379
Melody Maker (London), 75
Meltzer, David, 308, 315-316
Meltzer, Tina, 308
Melville, Herman, 105, 349, 505
Memphite Theology, 137-138, 319
Mena, Eduardo, 39A
Menander (Greek ruler of Bactria), 322
Mencken, H.L., 107, 137, 312, 321, 334, 358, 421, 505, 648
Mendès-France, Pierre (French Socialist leader), 55
Mennonites, 139, 302-305, 307
Mensheviks, 59
Mension, Jean-Michel, 2, 7, 76
Mercier, Luc, 76, 156
Merrill, Judith, 315
Merzagora, 75
Mesopotamia, 301
MetaFilter (blog), 166
metagraphs, 4
Metropolitan Indians (Italy), 102
Mett, Ida, 59, 101
Mexico, 2, 333
—revolution (1910-1920), 32, 37, 40, 101, 520
—student revolt (1968), 56, 58
Mezzrow, Mezz, 331
Michaux, Henri, 502
Michelangelo, 138, 325B, 361
Michelet, Jules, 212
Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig, 606
Mikhailovski, Nikolai, 201
Milarepa, 510
Milhaud, Darius, 630
militantism, 192, 216
Mill, Harriet Taylor, 525
Mill, John Stuart, 378, 525
millenarian movements, 85, 132, 139, 157, 265, 301-304, 518. See also separate “Communalism” index.
Miller, Henry, 105, 107, 137, 157, 311, 315-316, 334, 352, 381, 408,
429, 430, 502, 505, 509, 623
—“The Alcoholic Veteran,” 311
Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch, 302
Black Spring, 311, 408, 429
The Henry Miller Reader, 429
The Colossus of Maroussi, 311
The Rosy Crucifixion, 311
Stand Still Like the Hummingbird, 429
Tropic of Cancer, 105, 311, 429
Tropic of Capricorn, 105, 311, 429
Millet, Kate, 363
Mills, C. Wright, 104, 157, 193
Milosz, O.V. de Lubicz, 337
Milton, John, 137, 157, 301, 326, 345, 378
Paradise Lost, 348
Mingus, Charles, 137, 308, 313, 314, 358, 423, 616,
652
Minus (Hong Kong), 134
Mirabeau, Honoré, Comte de, 311
Miranti, Gondolfo, 18
Miró, Joan, 248
Mishima, Yukio,
443
Mitchell, Joni, 107, 139, 160, 308, 362
Mitford, Jessica, 80
Mitterand, François, 96
Miura, Seiichi, 133
Mizener, Arthur, 157
MNEF (French National Students Mutual), 49
Modern Jazz Quartet, 314,
603
Modzelewski, Karol, 71, 111, 134, 519
Mohammed, 85, 204, 304, 311
Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo, 333
Moinet, Jean-Louis, 128
mole, the old, 25, 58, 61, 203
Moles, Abraham, 49, 56, 71
Molière, 40, 348, 350, 502
Tartuffe, 358, 656
Mona Lisa (da Vinci), 4
Le Monde (Paris), 12, 24, 29, 38-39, 46-48, 55-56, 58, 65, 71, 75, 107, 156
Le Monde Diplomatique, 156
Le Monde Libertaire, 71, 75
money, 28, 73, 82, 101, 104, 156, 193, etc. See also capitalism; property
Monk, Thelonious, 308, 313-315, 358
Monkey (The Journey to the West), 310
Monroe, Marilyn, 631
Monselve, Luis, 70
Montaigne, Michel de, 105-107, 137, 439
Essays, 346, 502, 528
Montero, Germaine, 107, 160, 308, 313-314
Montesquieu, 41
Montessori, Maria, 329
Montgomery bus boycott (1955-1956), 317
Montseny, Federica, 59
Monty Python, 517
Moore, John, 193
Moore, Marianne, 315
Moran, Bugs (gang), 137, 330-331
More, Thomas, 302, 325,
433
Utopia, 307,
433, 524
Morea, Ben, 62
Moreau, Gustave, 315
Morgan, Lewis, 301
Morin, Edgar, 12, 29, 42, 56
Morison, Samuel Eliot, 425
Moriyama, Ryoko, 308
Mormons, 306-307, 319
Morocco, 103
Morison, Samuel Eliot, 518, 521
Morris, Ivan, 391
Morris, William, 104, 158, 193, 247, 304, 344, 379, 433
A Dream of John Ball, 302
News from Nowhere, 104, 524
Morrow, Bradford, 140, 300
Le Morte d’Arthur (Malory), 354, 611
Morton, Jelly Roll, 308, 313
Moscow trials (1936-1938), 47, 139, 228-229, 317, 334, 352
Moses, Robert (civil rights leader), 157
Mossadeq, Muhammad, 135
Mother Goose rhymes, 446, 515
Motherfuckers (New York), 62, 105, 129, 190, 264
Mothers of Invention, 308
Motherwell, Robert, 315
Mouloudji, 160, 308
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 28, 137, 315, 354
Jupiter Symphony, 343-344
The Magic Flute, 617
The Marriage of Figaro, 502
Mpolo, Maurice, 37
Mr. Arkadin (Orson Welles film), 50, 75, 98D, 145
Mubarak, Hosni, 141, 206
Mugabe, Robert, 206
Muir, John, 301, 513
Mulelists (Congolese insurgents led by Pierre Mulele), 37
Mulman, Alan, 251
Mumford, Lewis, 18, 137, 204, 525
The City in History, 87, 104, 525
Mumonkan, 510
Munch, Edvard, 251
Munoz, Rosalio, 256
Münster commune (1534-1535), 303
Münzer, Thomas, 303
Murasaki Shikibu (The Tale of Genji), 104, 137, 310, 339, 344, 346-347, 350, 354, 391, 443, 506, 528,
541, 611
music, classical, 516. See also folk music, rock music, jazz,
French songs, etc.
Musil, Robert, 80, 97, 503
Mussolini, Benito, 59, 103, 216, 345
Muste, A.J., 616
Myrdal, Gunnar, 264
mystical experiences, 138, 316, 332, 415, 510-511
myth, 27-28

N

NAACP, 38, 317
Nadeau, Maurice, 29
Nader, Ralph, 102, 158
Nagy, Imre, 55, 59, 101
Nambikwara Indians, 116
Nancy, Jean-Luc, 194
Napoleon, 4, 27, 84, 203, 348, 435
Narodniki (Russian populists), 201
Nash, Jörgen, 20, 26, 31
Nash, Ogden, 312
Nashism, Nashists, 30, 31, 35, 66, 70, 74, 107, 125
Nasser, Gamal Abdel, 39, 48, 638
Nasserism, 52
Nation, 312, 315
National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC), 75, 129
national liberation movements, 48, 52. See also black nationalism; Third World; internationalism
National Rifle Association, 104
Native Americans. See American Indians
NATO, 55, 103
Navarro, Luis, 146
Nazis, Nazism, 6, 27, 29, 48, 59, 102-103, 116, 213, 317
Nechayev, Sergei, 75
Needham, Joseph, 343, 387, 518
Negro Slave Songs in the United States (Fisher), 313
Nehru, Pandit, 648, 653
neolithic societies, 301
Neon Lights (Manchester), 146
Nero, 343
Neruda, Pablo, 336
Nerval, Gérard de, 502
Netherlands, 49, 71, 102, 361
Neuss, Wolfgang, 25
Neville, Richard, 75
New American Movement (NAM), 264
New American Poetry, 1945-1960 (ed. Donald Allen), 606
New Babylon (film), 75
New Deal, 101, 116, 139
New Left (USA), 71, 105, 106, 111, 112, 114, 139, 157, 205,
216, 251, 253, 254, 262-263, 264, 317
, 362, 408, 521
New Left Review (London), 75, 129
New Lost City Ramblers, 105
The New Masses, 312
New Morning (Berkeley), 75, 131
New Orleans, 605
new poverty, 25, 27, 29, 71. See also survival; everyday life
New Republic, 75
New World Writing (New York), 313
New York City,
209, 616
New York Times, 75, 135
New Yorker, 312, 412
Newman, James R., 105, 513
Newman, John Henry, 319,
436
News from Nowhere (San Francisco), 146
News of the World (London), 75
Newspeak, 41, 102
Newton, Huey, 264
Newton, Isaac, 313
Ngo Dinh Diem, 643
Ngo Van,
221-243, 520
Nguyen An Ninh, 223, 227-228, 233, 241, 243
Nhat Hanh, Thich, 107, 144, 158, 510
Nibelungenlied, 311
Nicholson-Smith, Donald, 62, 76, 79-80, 84, 157, 191A
Niebuhr, Reinhold, 210
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 27-28, 40, 70, 102-103, 105, 158, 203-204, 311, 348, 358, 417, 428, 512, 525
The Gay Science, 119
Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks, 128
nihilism, 28, 35, 71, 216, 253
Niles, John Jacob, 308
Nin, Andrés, 326
Nixon, Richard, 165, 205, 362, 634
Njal’s Saga (Burnt Njal), 137, 341, 350, 354, 503, 611
NLF (Vietcong), 48, 102, 105
NMPP (Paris newpaper and magazine distributors), 56, 73
No (Liverpool), 146
Noh (Nô) plays, 137-138, 345, 390, 392
Nocher, Jean, 44
Noir et Rouge, 55
nonviolence, pacifism, 38, 102, 132, 144, 158, 162, 210, 211, 303, 317, 334, 359, 525
Noriega, Manuel, 206
Noske, Gustav, 39A, 55, 59
Not Bored (Bill Brown), 76, 146, 190-191A
Notes from Nowhere (Massachusetts), 146
“Notice Concerning the Reigning Society” (Knabb et al.), 106, 130, 190
—signers, 106, 107, 122, 130, 190
Notre-Dame cathedral, 69
Nouveau, Germain, 308
Le Nouvel Observateur (Paris), 44, 47, 49, 58, 71, 75
Novalis, 80, 85
Novartis company, 156
Novotny, Antonin, 57
NOW (National Organization for Women), 209, 264
Noyes, John Humphrey, 305-307
Nuclear Art Movement, 5
nuclear power, 104, 193, 213, 636
nuclear war, 24, 70, 213

O

Obama, Barack, 174
occultism, 396, 397
occupations movement. See May 1968 revolt
“Occupy Wall Street” movement, 165, 169, 170-174
Occupy Oakland, 170-171, 173-174
O’Connor, Harvey, 103
October (Boston), 76, 191
Odéon (Paris theater), 103, 139, 203, 308
Oedipus complex, 351
Oestreich, Dieter, 246
The Official Politically Correct Dictionary and Handbook (Beard & Cerf), 102
Olmo, Walter, 194
Olsen, Scott, 170, 174
Olson, Charles, 315, 410
Omar Khayyam, 98E, 105, 379, 507
On the Poverty of Student Life, 49, 74-75, 102, 103, 106-107, 114, 157, 162, 166, 253-254. See also Strasbourg scandal
On Wielding the Subversive Scalpel (CEM), 106, 114
One Hundred Million People Take Up Arms To Criticize the Sinister Book “How To Be a Good Communist” (Maoist hymn), 47
Oneida colony, 305, 307
O’Neill, Eugene, 330, 626
online dating, 168
Open Eye (London), 146
Open Letter to the Polish Communist Party (Kuron & Modzelewski), 71, 111, 134
Open Road (Vancouver), 103
opera, 354,
609-610, 617, 621, 622, 628, 632, 641, 644-646
Opie, Iona & Peter, 446
Opium War (England vs. China, 1839-1842), 80, 317
Oppen, George, 206
Oppenheimer, Franz, 309
Orff, Carl, 139, 308
organization. See revolutionary organization
Orlovsky, Peter, 108
ORP (Algerian People’s Resistance Organization), 39, 48
Orwell, George, 102, 107, 194, 222,224, 525
Homage to Catalonia, 59, 103, 519
1984, 41
Politics and the English Language, 75
Ory, Kid, 313-314
Osborne, John, 75
Otto, Rudolf, 318
The Idea of the Holy, 319
Ottoman Empire, 48
Out Our Way, 312
Ovid, 324
Owen, Robert, 80, 304, 306-307
Owen, Wilfred, 350
Oxford Movement, 436
Ozarks, 105, 312, 332

P

Pablo (Michel Raptis, leader of a Trotskyist tendency), 48
pacifism. See nonviolence
Pagnol, Marcel, 105
Pagnon, Francis, 194
Paine, Tom, 103
Pakistan, 322
Palamas, Grégoire, 146
Palestine, Palestinians, 37, 48, 206
Palladio, Andrea, 327
Pallis, Christopher (a.k.a. Maurice Brinton), 21, 101
Panama, 206
Pannekoek, Anton, 59, 74, 75, 80, 84, 106, 525
Workers Councils, 74, 525
Papadjímas, Thanásis, 146
Papaioannou, Kostas, 80
Paracelsus, 114
“paranormal” phenomena, 107
Parecon, 194
Paris, 3A, 7, 97, 104, 106-107, 308, 311, 325B, 333; Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 2, 9, 308
—Bastille taken (1789), 117
—sections (1789-1793), 264
—Commune (1871), 25, 27, 36, 39, 55, 58-59, 69, 71, 75, 80, 84, 95, 101, 103, 119, 137, 156, 163-164, 194, 216, 301, 307, 324, 349, 519
—psychogeographical explorations of, 2, 3-3A, 8, 15, 97
—destruction of by urbanists and automobiles, 3, 17, 24
—jobless actions (1998), 156
See also May 1968 revolt
Paris pendant la commune révolutionnaire (Janneret), 58
Parker, Charlie (“Bird”), 131, 137, 313-314, 315, 423
Parker, Dorothy, 312
Parker, William, 38
Parkinson, Ariel (Reynolds), 611
Parkinson, C. Northcote, 104, 525
Parkinson, Thomas, 613
Parkinson’s Law, 104, 525
Parkman, Francis,
425, 518
Parsons, Albert, 325B
Parvus (Alexander Helphand), 84
Pascal, Blaise, 4, 28, 75, 80, 224, 502
Passeron, J.C. See “Bourderon et Passedieu”
Pasternak, Boris, 353, 607
pataphysics, 28
Patchen, Kenneth, 105, 137, 308, 315-316, 352, 365, 386, 408, 415, 423, 505,
612, 613
Pater, Walter, 310, 346
patriotism, 103, 141, 204, 210
Patterson, Ian, 76
Patton, Charley, 105
Paul, St., 138, 350
Pauwels, Louis, 29
Paz, Abel, 59, 103
Paz, Octavio, 334
Peace and Freedom Party (PFP), 105
Peace and Liberty (French fascist group), 4
Peace Corps, 251, 254, 264,
615
peak oil theory, 194
Peake, Mervyn, 508
Pearl Harbor, 334
Peasant War (Germany, 1525), 40, 208, 303.
Pegler, Westbrook, 312
Péninou, Jean-Louis (MAU leader), 55
Penn, William, 303-305
People's Park (Berkeley, 1969), 362
Pepys, Samuel, 310, 347
Pérec, Georges, 71
Péret, Benjamin, 75
Pericles, 97, 128
Perlman, Fredy, 76, 79, 193
Against His-story, Against Leviathan!, 104, 193
The Incoherence of the Intellectual, 104, 193
Worker-Student Action Committees: France May ’68 (w/Grégoire), 56, 103, 106, 519
Perlman, Lorraine, 79
Perret, Auguste, 246
personalism, 75
Peter, Laurence, 104, 525
Peter, Paul and Mary, 626
Peter Principle, 104, 525
Pétiot, Dr., 27
Petronius, 137, 310-311, 335, 379
The Satyricon, 137, 343, 350, 429, 501
Pettiford, Oscar, 313-314
Phan Boi Chau, 239
Phan Chau Trinh, 227, 239
Philo, 301
philosophy, 81, 84, 89, 208, 212-213, 417, 512
photography, 194
Piaf, Edith, 107, 160, 308, 313
La vie en rose, 327
Picaper, J.P., 65
Picard, Raymond, 71
Picasso, Pablo, 308
Guernica, 70, 210
Pinel, Philippe, 2
Pinochet, Augusto, 135, 206
Pinot-Gallizio (Giuseppe Gallizio), 5, 14, 16
Piotaix, J.P., 146
Pirandello, Luigi, 10, 503, 606, 640
Piranha (England), 107, 130
pirates. See brigand communism
Pissarro, Camillo, 333
Pittsburgh, 605
PL (Maoist Progressive Labor Party), 129, 262, 263
Planck, Max, 213
Planète (Paris), 29, 40, 49-50, 71
Plant, Sadie, 76
Platform Sutra (Hui-neng), 510
Plato, 28, 128, 317, 326, 342, 346, 380, 512
Phaedo, 128
The Republic, 18, 128, 301, 307, 343, 345, 620
Platschek, Hans, 14
Plautus, 440
Pliny, 301
Plutarch, 343, 518, 528
Poe, Edgar Allan, 105, 349, 352, 379, 383, 505
—“The Domain of Arnheim,” 2
Poésie Nouvelle (Paris), 19
poètes maudits, 139, 308
poetry, 10, 27-28, 32, 41, 71, 105-106, 108, 110, 137, 139, 160-161, 194, 203, 308, 315-316, 318, 325-326, 349, 351-352, 353, 359, 365, 378-379, 380, 383-384, 385-386,
393, 408,
410, 411-414,
415, 418, 422, 423, 505, 603. See also language; art
Poetry Flash, 190
Pogo comics (Walt Kelly), 105, 517
Pohl, Frederick, 104
Point-Blank, 106, 114, 130-131, 190, 205, 262
—“Out of Order,” 205, 262
Point-Blank! (journal), 75, 114, 205
—“Still Out of Order” (w/Contradiction), 114, 205, 262
(Numerous other Point-Blank texts, not indexed here, are discussed in 205.)
Poland, 26, 41, 57, 71, 75, 103, 107
—Warsaw uprising (1944), 103
—1956 revolt, 5, 41, 57; Warsaw, 71
—1970-71 revolt, 106, 111, 114, 134, 520; Gdansk, 135, 263
—1980-81 revolt, 101, 103, 107, 139, 158
police, 38, 39, 60, 101, 144, 256, 264, 331,
444
political correctness, 102, 157, 500, 632
“Political Repression in Algeria” (Mena), 39A
Pollock, Jackson, 315
Polo, Marco, 350, 518
Pomerand, Gabriel, 92
Poole, Charlie, 105
pop art, 36, 42, 50, 70
Pope, Alexander, 326, 379
popular assemblies, 59-60, 90, 103, 104, 136, 156, etc. See also workers councils; democracy; Sorbonne occupation
Popular Fronts, 80, 84, 96, 228-229, 240
popular music, 308
population explosion, 409, 617
Portugal, 35
—revolution (1974-1975), 96, 101, 103, 107, 135, 139, 158-159, 519
Poster, Mark, 75
postmodernists, 76, 159
postrevolutionary society, 60, 104. See also revolution
Potemkin (Eisenstein film), 75, 92, 103, 145
Potlatch (Lettrist International bulletin), 3-3A, 5, 107, 168
Potter, Stephen, 517
POUM (Spanish revolutionary Marxist organization), 38, 103, 224, 235, 334, 519
Pound, Ezra, 105, 137, 315-316, 319, 324, 326, 330, 332, 351, 379, 386, 410, 431, 440
Pouvoir Ouvrier, 71
The Poverty of Philosophy (Marx), 3, 38, 86
Prado, Perez, 308
Pratt, Fletcher, 508
Pravda (counterfeit issue of), 57
Praxis (Stockholm), 146
Preciosity movement (17th-century France), 40
Prem, Heimrad, 20, 26, 31
Prescott, William, 425, 518
Presley, Elvis, 308
Prévert, Jacques, 160, 308, 314, 337, 502
Price, Floyd, 308
Prigent, Michel, 76, 107, 157, 192
—“Biography of the Anthologer,” 190
The Catalyst Times (w/Bradley), 190
primitive communism, 101, 301
primitive societies, 27, 85, 86, 193, 204, 301, 318, 343, 349
primitivism, primitivist ideology, 7, 104, 192, 193,
194, 257, 265
prisons. See crime and punishment
Project Sigma, 34
Prokofiev, Sergei, 105, 330, 626
proletariat, workers, 17B, 20, 25, 27-29, 37-38, 48-49, 52, 55, 56-57, 59-60, 67, 71-73, 74, 80-81, 82,  84, 85, 87, 90, 95, 101, 103, 111, 115-116, 118-119, 121, 125, 135, 157, 162-164, 201-203, 205, 208, 213, 216, 253,  256-258, 263, etc.
—classic proletarian revolutionary movement (ca. 1845-1937), 25, 29, 37, 52, 59, 69-70, 71, 84, 90, 110-111, 136, 139, 202, 253, etc.
See also capitalism; classes; labor unions; strikes; wildcat strikes; work; workers councils
Prometheus, 27
Promotional Copy (New York), 146
Propertius, 440
property (ownership and dispossession), 27-28, 39, 55, 72, 101, 103-104, 144, 174, 203, 207, 208, 304. See also money; capitalism
pro-situs, 74-75, 102, 114, 120, 125, 129-130, 205. See also situ milieu
Proteus, 253
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph, 3, 39, 133, 190, 219, 306, 307, 524
Proust, Marcel, 105, 137-138, 344, 347, 347B, 420, 528
Remembrance of Things Past
(In Search of Lost Time), 107, 310, 502
Provos (Amsterdam), 48-49, 71, 75, 361, 408
pseudosciences, 107, 138, 330, 356, 513, 629
PSU (French Unified Socialist Party), 23, 59
psychedelics, 105, 106-107, 113, 138, 265, 358, 408, 521, 655
psychoanalysis, 2, 7, 10, 15, 37, 40, 58, 116, 212, 333, 351,
400-401, 514, 645. See also Reich
psychogeography, 2-3A, 4, 6-7, 11, 15, 104, 118, 131. See also dérives; unitary urbanism; architecture and urbanism
Puccini, Giacomo, 610, 617, 621
punks, 76, 107, 190, 194, 316
Pusey, Edward, 436
Pym, Barbara, 504
Pythagoreans, 301

Q

Quadros, Janio, 24
Quakers, 102, 105, 132, 138-139, 157, 304-305, 307, 310, 319-320, 325, 334, 349, 436, 616. See also separate “Communalism” index
Quatrième Internationale, 12
Quebec student movement (2012), 174
Queen Esther (oratorio), 603
Queneau, Raymond, 29, 308, 314, 337, 346, 509
The Questions of Milinda, 322, 358
Quintana, Esther, 146

R

Rabelais, François, 105, 157, 310-311, 352, 379
Gargantua and Pantagruel, 354, 502, 611
Racine, Jean, 350
racism, 38, 104, 317,
432, 444
Rada, Pravoslav, 5
Radcliffe, Charles, 62
Radical Libertarian Alliance (England), 75
Radin, Paul, 318
Primitive Man as Philosopher, 343, 515
Rafferty, Max, 638
Rafsanjani, Hashemi, 141
ragtime, 313
Raimu, 616
Rakovsky, Christian, 39A
Ramayana, 507
Ramparts, 129
Rand, Ayn, 166
Randi, James, 107, 513
Randolph, Vance, 312, 515
Randolph Bourne Council, 139, 157, 204, 334
Rank, Otto, 333
Ranters (English Revolution), 304
Rapaces, 163
Raphael, 361
Rappists, 305
Raspaud, Jean-Jacques, 64, 76
Ravachol, 75
Raycun (Ray Cunningham), 193
Raymond, Henri, 21
Read, Herbert, 139, 246, 504
reading (general recommendations), 500-528
Reagan, Ronald, 362
Real Life (New York), 146
Reclus, Élysée, 301, 362
récupération (cooption), 26
Red and Black (Australia), 146, 191
The Red and the Black (Stendhal), 137, 310
Red Army, 4, 37, 57, 71
Red Flag (Beijing), 80, 83
Red Flag, Black Flag: French Revolution 1968 (ed. Seale & McConville), 75
Red Guards (China), 47, 103
Red Menace (Toronto), 146
Redon, Odilon, 315
Reflections on the Revolution in France: 1968 (ed. Posner), 75
Reformation, 28, 208, 302-304
reformism, 27, 71, 84,  102, 112, 139, 153, 194, 251, 257-260, 264, etc.
Reich, Charles, 264
Reich, Wilhelm, 40, 71, 75, 101-102, 106, 115, 116, 117-118, 129, 131, 138, 142, 158, 190-191A,
194, 205, 210, 212, 315, 325B, 330, 334, 514
Character Analysis, 116, 131, 514
Dialectical Materialism and Psychoanalysis, 116
The Function of the Orgasm, 71
The Mass Psychology of Fascism, 116, 514, 519
People in Trouble, 102, 514
Sex-Pol, 116, 514
The Sexual Struggle of Youth, 71
What Is Class Consciousness?, 116
—Voyer article on (“Reich: How To Use”), 106, 114-115, 117, 130-131, 191, 205
Reichians, 130, 309
Reid, Jamie, 75
Reineri, Madeleine, 92
religion, 2, 3A, 24, 27, 39, 46, 71, 81, 85, 88, 132, 136, 138, 139, 144, 158, 190-191, 208, 220, 252, 254, 265, 311, 318, 319, 320, 343, 363, 395-399, 433, 435-438, 510-511
—as bullshit, 105, 132, 144, 203
—as reinforcement of class society, 27-28, 37, 107, 132, 190, 208, 212-214
—necessary critique of, 34, 37, 53, 71, 132, 203, 208
—replaced by spectacle, 34, 37, 71
—replaced by ideology, 28-29
—replaced by science, 61
—replaced by drugs, 71
—replaced by neoreligions, 132
—replaced by real construction of life, 10
—positive aspects of, 104, 107, 132, 136, 138, 190
—ambivalent roles in radical movements, 132, 139, 157, 159. See also separate “Communalism” index.
—superficiality of situationist perspective on, 132, 159, 190, 192
—in America (Marx on), 190
—in Iranian revolution, 107, 135, 190
—socially engaged Buddhism, 144, 158
Renaissance, 28, 85
Renan, Ernest, 212, 301
Renoir, Jean, 105
rent strikes, 103
Republican Party (USA), 165
Restif de la Bretonne, Nicolas Edme, 105, 311, 347, 429, 502
Resurgence Youth Movement, 71
Retrofuturism (Iowa), 146
The Return of the Durruti Column (Strasbourg scandal comic), 49
Revel, Jean-François, 41, 46
Reverdy, Pierre, 137, 315, 337, 349, 385, 386, 430, 502
Revolte (Hamburg), 146
revolution, 21, 23, 25, 27-29, 32, 37, 40, 52, 53, 55-56, 58, 59-60, 67-69, 71-72, 73, 74, 84, 90, 101, 102, 103-104, 111, 118-119, 122, 125-126, 130, 132, 135-136, 139, 144, 154, 192, 201, 203, 208, 216, 253-254, 324, 519-525, etc.
revolutionary organization, 21, 25, 28, 31, 33, 39A, 43, 51, 53, 56, 59, 60, 64, 66, 68, 71, 72, 73-74, 84, 90, 95, 101-102, 103-104, 106, 110, 114, 119-122, 130, 136, 157, 202, 205, 209,
216, 254, 263-264. See also breaks and exclusions
revolutionary tactics, 4, 7, 25, 37, 39A, 50, 56, 59-60, 71, 73, 84, 90, 101, 102-103, 104, 118, 136,
162-163, 203, 205, 251, 253, 260-262, 525, etc.
revolutionary theory, 24, 29, 34-35, 37-39, 40-41, 51, 53, 56, 59, 71, 72, 74, 84, 88, 95-97, 102, 104, 116, 118-119, 120, 125-127, 130, 132, 136, 190, 201, 205, 208, 216, 254, 523-525, etc.
revolutions and revolts:
—slave revolts, 27-28, 84
—Spartacus slave revolt (73-71 BC), 190
—millenarian movements (late Middle Ages), 85, 132, 139, 157, 301-303, 518. See also separate “Communalism” index.
—jacqueries (peasant revolts during late Middle Ages), 27, 36, 40, 85, 302-303
—Peasant rebellion (England, 1381), 302
—Peasant War (Germany, 1525), 40, 208, 303.
—Münster commune (Germany, 1534-1535), 303
—England (1640-1660), 40, 139, 157, 304, 518
—Fronde (France, 1648-1653), 40, 85
—France (1789-1793), 4, 21, 69, 117, 156, 174, 204, 208, 212, 301, 348-349, 418, 519; Bastille (1789), 117; Parisian sections, 264; Enragés (1793), 40
—bourgeois revolutions (17th-19th centuries), 23, 28-29, 52, 55, 84, 85, 101-103, 132, 201-202, 208, 212
—classic proletarian revolutionary movement (ca. 1845-1937), 25, 29, 37, 52, 59, 69-70, 71, 84, 110-111, 136, 139, 202, 253, etc.
—1848 European revolutions, 212, 306-307, 519
—France (1848), 55, 69, 435, 519
—Vienna (1848), 40
—Germany (1848), 84, 95
—Dresden (1849), 70
—Paris Commune (1871), 25, 27, 36, 39, 55, 58-59, 69, 71, 75, 80, 84, 95, 101, 103, 119, 137, 156, 163-164, 194, 212, 216, 301, 307, 324, 349, 519
—Russia (1905), 55, 59, 71, 90, 101, 103-104, 110, 253, 256, 304, 520; St. Petersburg Soviet, 55, 59, 73
—Mexico (1910-1920), 32, 37, 40, 101, 520
—Green Corn Rebellion (Oklahoma, 1917), 312, 332
—Russia (1917), 36-37, 39, 41, 47, 52, 57, 59, 71, 84, 90, 101, 103, 119, 139, 301, 304, 331, 357, 362, 520
—Ukraine (Makhnovists, 1918-1921), 25, 71, 73, 101, 111, 139, 520
—Germany (1918-1919), 25, 59, 90, 101-102, 103, 139, 519; Kiel mutiny (1918), 32, 71; Spartakist insurrection (1919), 40-41, 55, 59, 71, 84
—Seattle general strike (1919), 103, 521
—Italy (1920), 59, 90, 101, 519; Turin councils movement, 39, 59, 71, 73
—Kronstadt (1921), 25, 27, 32, 40, 55, 59, 71, 73, 80, 84, 90, 101, 105, 110-111, 137, 139, 253, 256-257, 301, 324, 331, 334, 520
—China (1925-1927), 47, 52, 73, 84, 324, 520; Shanghai uprising (1927), 47, 71, 134
—Yen Bai insurrection (Vietnam, 1930), 227
—San Francisco general strike (1934), 324
—Asturias (1934), 25, 27, 32, 40, 69, 90, 101, 519
—France strikes (1936), 96
—Spain (1936-1939), 4, 24-25, 28, 37-40, 47-48, 55, 59, 69, 71, 80, 84, 90, 96, 101, 103, 104-105, 110-111, 137, 139, 144-145, 158, 193, 205, 216, 253, 256-257, 262, 301, 317, 324, 326, 334, 519, 620; Catalonia, 59, 73; Aragon collectives, 59; May 1937 defeat, 25, 38, 59, 71
—Flint sitdown strike (1937), 103, 521
—Warsaw (1944), 103
Hongai-Campha workers-council “Commune” (Vietnam, 1945), 222, 231-232, 241
—China (1949), 7, 25, 37, 47, 103
—East Europe revolts (1953, 1956, 1968, etc.), 301, 520
—East Berlin (1953), 71, 80, 84
—Algerian revolt against France (1954-1962), 5, 28, 39, 48, 84, 520 (For anticolonial revolts generally, see Third World)
—Montgomery bus boycott (1955-1956), 317
—Hungary (1956), 5, 37, 39, 44, 55, 57, 59, 80, 84, 90, 101, 103-105, 110-111, 135, 145, 157-158, 253, 256-257, 317, 326, 519; Budapest workers councils, 36, 59, 71, 73, 75
—Poland (1956), 5, 41, 57; Warsaw, 71
—Cuba (1959), 24, 32
—civil rights sit-ins (1950s-1960s), 38, 102-103, 105, 139, 317
—Congo (1960-1964), 24, 32, 35, 37, 40; Kivu insurgence, 72
—Asturian strikes (early 1960s), 32, 37, 60, 72
—Algerian self-management struggles (1962-1965), 37, 39, 45, 54, 263, 520
—Spies for Peace (England, 1963), 70, 71, 102
—Harlem riots (1964), 358
—Berkeley FSM (1964), 37-38, 71-72, 103, 105, 112, 205, 254, 264, 521 (For 1960s American revolt generally, see New Left; counterculture)
—Watts riot (1965), 38, 39A, 50, 54, 75, 103, 111, 114, 119, 135, 143, 191, 254, 256, 261, 263-264, 358
—Provo riot (Amsterdam, 1966), 71
—Detroit and Newark riots (1967), 54
—France (May 1968), 55-56, 58, 60, 66, 73, 75, 101-102, 103, 106, 120, 123, 125, 129, 139, 156, 162-164, 194, 203, 308, 362, etc. See more detailed listing under May 1968 revolt
—Mexico (1968), 56, 58
—Yugoslavia (1968), 56
—Czechoslovakia (1968), 56, 57, 58, 73-74, 101, 103, 111, 158, 520; Prague, 263
—Italy (1968-1969), 56, 72
—Chicano riot (Los Angeles, 1970), 106, 114, 256
—Poland (1970-1971), 106, 111, 114, 134, 520; Gdansk, 135, 263
—Sanrizuka occupation (Japan, 1970s), 103, 133
—Lip self-management takeover (France, 1973), 75, 103, 119, 129
—public-participation newspaper strike (South Korea, 1974), 103
—Portugal (1974-75), 96, 101, 103, 107, 135, 139, 158, 159, 519
—Tiananmen Square (1976), 103, 134
—Iran (1979), 103, 107, 135, 190
—Switzerland youth rebellion (1980), 102
—Poland (1980-1981), 101, 103, 107, 139, 158, 520
—British Columbia phone strike (1981), 103
—South African anti-apartheid struggles (1950s-1980s), 101
—Tiananmen Square (1989), 103-104, 158
—Los Angeles riot (1992), 38, 103, 143, 191.
—French jobless actions (1998), 156, 158
—Seattle WTO protest (1999), 159
—French suburban ghetto riots (2005), 162-163
—French anti-CPE revolt (2006),
162-164, 174
Occupy movement (2011), 165, 169-174
—Quebec student movement (2012), 174
Révolution Internationale
(RI), 56, 58, 59
Revolutionary Communist League (Japan), 71
Revolutionary Communist Youth (France). See JCR
Revolutionary Surrealism movement, 5, 7
Rewolta (Warsaw), 146
Rexroth, Andrée (Kenneth’s first wife), 137, 139, 325, 333-334, 358
Rexroth, Charles (Kenneth’s father), 329
Rexroth, Delia (Kenneth’s mother), 325, 329
Rexroth, Katherine (Kenneth’s second daughter), 326, 358
Rexroth, Kenneth, 105, 107, 132, 137-139, 140, 146, 157, 160-161, 168, 190-191A, 194-196, 300, 301-315, 316, 317-328, 329-334, 335-446, 500-507, 509-511, 600-...
—life, 137, 157, 204, 329-334
—in person, 105, 137
—poetry and essays, 137
—San Francisco journalism, 107, 139
—antagonism to Eliot, Pound, and academia, 137, 157
—notion of magnanimity, 105, 138, 310
—antiwar and anarchist activities, 139, 157, 334
—relation to the Beats, 139, 315-316
—notion of cultural subversion, 132, 139, 308, 316
—political analyses, 132, 139. See also separate “Communalism” index.
—on Blake, 137, 139, 348
—on Baudelaire, 137, 349
—on Twain, 137, 157, 321, 350
—on Martin Buber, 105, 138, 319
—on D.H. Lawrence, 138, 351
—on Henry Miller, 137, 311
—on classic literature, 105, 137, 311, 340-350
—on Chinese novels, 310, 347
—on folk and popular songs, 160, 308, 345
—on jazz, 313-314, 330, 423
—on religion and mysticism, 138, 316, 319, 320, 325, 328, 332, 334, 342-343, 395-399. See also separate “Communalism” index.
—on the Social Lie, 105, 137, 139, 309, 311
—on the state, 137, 139, 309
—on Bolshevism and the failure of old revolutionary movement, 139, 301, 324, 331
—on civil rights movement, 139, 317
—on May 1968 revolt, 139, 308
—on the counterculture (as alternative society), 105, 132, 139, 301, 307-308, 316, 345, 408
—on communalist movements, 132, 139, 301-307. See also separate “Communalism” index
—on ecological issues, 105, 139
Rexroth books:
The Alternative Society, 139
Assays, 137
An Autobiographical Novel, 137, 157
Bird in the Bush, 105, 132
Classics Revisited, 105, 137, 194, 316, 340
Collected Longer Poems, 137
Communalism: From Its Origins to the Twentieth Century, 80, 132, 139, 157, 194, 300, 316, 518, 524
The Phoenix and the Tortoise, 138
Rexroth essays:
—“The Chinese Classic Novel in Translation,” 105, 138
—“Disengagement: The Art of the Beat Generation,” 139
—“The Hasidism of Martin Buber,” 105, 132, 138
—“My Head Gets Tooken Apart,” 138
Rexroth poems:
—“The Dragon and the Unicorn,” 137
—“From the Paris Commune to the Kronstadt Rebellion,” 137
—“The Love Poems of Marichiko,” 137, 157, 328
—“Portrait of the Author as a Young Anarchist,” 137
—“The Signature of All Things,” 137
—“Thou Shalt Not Kill,” 137
—“Yugao,” 157
(Several other poems are mentioned in passing at 137. For further information on Rexroth’s works, see the Notes to The Relevance of Rexroth, which with a few exceptions are not indexed. For links to online texts by and about Rexroth, see Rexroth Archive.)
Rexroth, books about:
The Holiness of the Real: The Short Verse of Kenneth Rexroth (Gutierrez), 140
A Life of Kenneth Rexroth (Hamalian), 140, 157
The Relevance of Rexroth (Knabb), 107, 190, 316
Revolutionary Rexroth: Poet of East-West Wisdom (Gibson), 140, 316
Rexroth, French translations of (by Cornuault & Bloch):
L’automne en Californie, 107
Les Classiques revisités, 107
Le San Francisco de Kenneth Rexroth, 107
Rexroth, Marie (Kenneth’s second wife), 324, 333-334
Rexroth, Marthe (Kenneth’s third wife), 325B, 329
Rexroth, Mary (Kenneth’s first daughter), 137, 326, 358, 361
Rhodesian crisis (1965), 38
rhythm and blues, 308
Ricardo, David, 218-220, 301, 306
Ricci, Matteo, 394, 518
Richards, Vernon, 59, 103, 519
Richardson, Henry Hobson, 606
Richepin, Jean, 227, 308
Ricketts, Ed, 362
Rictus, Jehan, 308
Ridgway, Matthew, 3
Riding, Laura, 386, 414
Riesel, René, 56, 74, 103, 156, 157
—“Declaration” (w/Debord & Viénet), 74
—“Preliminaries on Councils and Councilist Organization,” 104
—“Statement to the Agen Court,” 156
Riesman, David, 80, 88
Rifkin, Jeremy, 158
Rilke, Ranier Maria, 210, 324, 503
Rimbaud, Arthur, 41, 71, 105, 107, 110, 137, 160, 308, 311, 315, 348, 349, 352, 379, 384, 386, 502
—“Le Bateau Ivre,” 379, 386
A Season in Hell, 118
—“Voyelles,” 325B
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai, 638
Rio Grande (John Ford film), 75, 98A, 98D
Rivera, Diego, 137, 333
Rizzi, Bruno, 80, 84, 95
Roach, Max, 315, 616
Robbe-Grillet, Alain, 9, 23, 71
Robespierre, Maximilien, 4, 69, 303, 311
Robin Hood, 304, 504
Rochet, Waldeck (French Communist leader), 55
rock climbing, 107, 375
rock music, 105, 264, 308, 365, 408
Rockefeller, John D., 207
Rockefeller, Nelson, 24
Rockwell, Norman, 105
Rodgers, Jimmie, 105
Roethke, Theodore, 643
Rogers, Will, 312
Rohan, Marc, 203
roles, 28, 109, 251, 252, 253, 265. See also character
—in situ-revolutionary milieu, 118, 127, 132
Rolland de Renéville, André, 27
Rolling Stone, 106, 129
Rolling Stones, 105, 308
Roman Catholic Church. See Catholic Church
Roman Empire, 139, 343,
343A, 345, 347A, 440, 518
The Romance of the Three Kingdoms (San Kuo), 310, 347
Romanticism, 28, 88, 316, 345, 349, 435
Ronsard, Pierre de, 308
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 334
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 202, 334
Roosevelt, Theodore, 517
Root and Branch: The Rise of the Workers’ Movements, 103
Rosenberg, Gina, 106, 122, 130, 146, 205
Disinterest Compounded Daily: A Critique of Point-Blank (w/Shutes), 106, 205
Rosenberg, Harold, 29
Rosenberg trial, 317
Rostow, Walt, 48
ROTC (protests against), 317
R0thbart, Ron, 105-106, 114, 146, 256
Rothe, Eduardo, 61
Rothko, Mark, 315
Rothschild, House of, 48
Rourke, Constance, 312
Rousseau, Henri, 311
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 41, 101, 203, 306, 332, 347
Roux, Francis, 156
Rubel, Maximilien, 224, 235, 239-240
Rubin, Jerry, 111-112, 252, 264
Rubin, Theodore Isaac, 514
Rubinstein, Francis, 205
Rubinstein, Ida, 611
Ruge, Arnold, 55, 80, 88, 97
Rukeyser, Muriel, 308, 315
Rumania, 7, 47, 57
Rumney, Ralph, 76
Rumor Committee, 103
Runciman, Steven, 426-427
Runyan, Damon, 312, 314
Ruskin, John, 6, 246-248
Russell, Bertrand, 39A, 105, 319, 330, 331, 512, 634
Russia (USSR), 5, 23, 25, 29, 37-39, 44, 47-48, 57, 59, 71, 73, 84, 101, 103, 110, 135, 139, 141, 144, 157, 202, 206, 251, 304, 309, 334, 361, 623, 657; Moscow, 7. See also Bolshevism; Leninism; Stalinism; state capitalism
—revolution (1905), 39A, 55, 59, 71, 73, 90, 101, 103-104, 110, 253, 256, 304, 520
—revolution (1917), 36-37, 39, 41, 47, 52, 55, 57, 59, 71, 84, 90, 101, 103, 119, 139, 224, 235, 240, 301, 304, 331, 357, 362, 520
—Makhnovist revolution (Ukraine 1918-1921), 25, 71, 73, 101, 111, 139, 520
—Kronstadt revolt (1921), 25, 27, 32, 40, 55, 59, 71, 73, 84, 90, 101, 105, 110-111, 137, 139, 253, 256-257, 301, 324, 331, 334, 520
Rustin, Bayard, 317, 642
Ryder, A.J., 59

S

Sacco, Nicola, 137, 324, 325B, 326, 331, 333, 352
Sacre (painting of the coronation of Napoleon, by Jacques-Louis David), 3A
sacrifice (situationist opposition to), 27-28, 60, 102, 106, 111, 132, 203, 251, 263
Saddam Hussein, 103, 141, 206
Sade, Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de, 28, 40-41, 75, 92, 97, 132, 311, 348, 381, 502
Sadler, Simon, 76
Sagan, Carl, 513
Sagan, Françoise, 7, 9, 310
Sager, Naomi, 221
St. Matthew Passion (Bach), 343
Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de, 61
Saint-Just, Louis Antoine de, 4, 29, 69, 203
Saint-Simon, Claude Henri de, 80, 317
Saint-Simonism, 84
Salazarism, 35
Sale, Kirkpatrick, 193
Salleron, Louis, 12
Salomé, Lou Andreas, 503
Salvadori, Paolo, 74
—“Provisional Theses for the Discussion of New Theoretico-Practical Orientations in the SI,” 74
San Diego Street Journal, 114
San Francisco (Rexroth on), 137, 139, 316, 333, 353-365,
445, 600+
passim. See also Haight-Ashbury
San Francisco Anarchist Circle. See Libertarian Circle
San Francisco Bay Guardian, 139, 168
San Francisco Chronicle, 106
San Francisco Examiner, 75, 107, 139-140, 353-361, 600-...
San Francisco general strike (1934), 324
San Francisco Magazine, 139-140, 362-365
San Francisco Mime Troupe, 357-358, 641-642, 656
San Francisco Renaissance, 105, 137, 139, 334, 365,
408
Sanborn, Keith, 76, 145
Sand, George, 4, 502
Sandburg, Carl, 137, 315, 330-331, 352, 613
American Song Bag, 308
Sanguinetti, Gianfranco, 74, 129, 157
On Terrorism and the State, 60, 76, 103
The Real Split in the International (La véritable scission dans l’Internationale, including Debord & Sanguinetti’s “Theses on the SI and Its Time”), 1, 76, 102, 114, 123, 125, 129-130, 205
True Report on the Last Chance To Save Capitalism in Italy (alias Censor), 75, 76
Sanrizuka (Japan), 103, 133
Santikaro Bhikkhu, 158, 194
Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), 37
Sapir, Edward, 137
Sappho, 137, 325, 335, 342, 344, 379, 501, 530
Sargent, Aili, 105
Sarkozy, Nicolas, 164
Sartre, Jean-Paul, 2, 25, 29, 34, 44, 48-49, 55, 71, 319
Sarvodaya (Sri Lanka), 158
Satan, 27
Satie, Erik, 137, 140, 327
Sattarov, Eldar, 146
Satyricon (Petronius), 137, 343, 350
Saudi Arabia, 104, 206
Sauvageot, Jacques (UNEF leader), 55
SAVAK (Shah of Iran’s police), 135
Savio, Mario, 157, 254
Sawyer, Tom (Twain character), 104
Sayers, Dorothy, 508
Scandinavia, 9, 31, 49, 70
Scheidemann, Philipp, 59
Schiffter, Frédérick, 76
Schnapp, Alain, 75
Schneider, André, 49
—“Memories from the House of the Dead,” 49
—“The SI Told You So,” 49
The School of Athens (Raphael painting), 343
Schopenhauer, Arthur, 80
Schuller, Gunther, 314
Schumacher, E.F., 158
Schwartz, Stephen, 59, 103
Schweitzer, Albert, 138, 305, 334, 415
The Quest of the Historical Jesus, 319, 511
science, 29, 61, 67, 84, 107, 128, 212, 213, 246, 512, 513. See also technology; Chinese science
science fiction, 23, 131, 315, 508
Scott, Walter, 308, 333, 345, 350, 441
Scriabin, Alexander, 638
Scudéry, Madeleine de, 40
SDS (Germany), 57
SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) (US), 55, 105, 112, 157, 166,
216, 254, 264
Seale, Bobby, 264
Seattle
—general strike (1919), 103,
216, 332, 521
—WTO protest (1999), 159, 195
Second International, 57, 71, 80, 84, 202, 213
Second Situationist International, 35
Seeger, Pete, 105, 308, 331
Seghers, Pierre, 308
Ségur, Comtesse de, 92
Séguy, Georges, 203
self-management, 39, 40, 43, 53, 60, 71, 73, 80, 90, 101, 103, 104, 111, 118, 125, 135, 163, 191-192, 260, 264
—in Algeria, 37, 39, 45, 54, 111, 135
—Yugoslavian caricature of, 39, 56, 57, 111
See also workers councils; revolution
“self-reduction” movements, 103
Seltzer, Terrel, 107, 145
Senauke, Alan, 158, 190, 194
Seneca, 343
Serge, Victor, 334, 520
Memoirs of a Revolutionary, 222, 240, 357, 520,
644
Serkin, Rudolph, 638
Sermon on the Mount (Jesus), 204, 301
Serpent Power, 308
Sesshu, 315, 407
70s (Hong Kong group), 107, 134, 190
Minus (magazine), 134, 190
Revelations That Move the Earth to Tears, 134
The Revolution Is Dead, Long Live the Revolution, 134, 146, 520
Sex Pistols, 75, 190
sexual practices in utopian communities, 305-307
sexual revolution, 216, 301, 428
Sexzine (London), 146
Shade, Will, 105
Shah of Iran, 103, 135, 190
Shakers, 305, 307
Shakespeare, William, 124, 194, 332, 343, 345-346, 348, 351, 353, 359, 504, 528,
603, 651
A Midsummer Night
’s Dream, 25
Hamlet, 25, 353, 603, 634
Henry IV, 85, 628
King Lear, 311, 603,
616
Macbeth, 311, 636
Othello, 633
The Taming of the Shrew, 645
The Tempest, 137, 616
Troilus and Cressida, 647
Twelfth Night, 633
Shamir, Yitzhak, 141, 206
Shanghai Gesture (von Sternberg film), 75, 98D, 145
Shankar, Ravi, 107
Shapiro, Karl, 315
Sharkey, Paul, 76, 90
Sharp, Cecil, 308
Sharp, Gene, 525
Shaw, George Bernard, 105, 305, 330, 504
The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism, 103, 525
Saint Joan, 302
Shay, Frank, 308
Shelley, Percy, 98E, 378
Shelton, Gilbert, 517
Shih Ching (Chinese Book of Songs), 397, 506, 533
Shimer College, 105, 107,
166, 509
Shinto, 320
Shiraishi Kazuko, 339
Shutes, Chris, 106-107, 122, 129-130, 146, 205
Disinterest Compounded Daily: A Critique of Point-Blank (w/Rosenberg), 106, 205
Implications (w/Cronin), 106, 130
SI. See Situationist International
Sian Incident (1936), 47
Sicilian Vespers (1282), 427
Siegel, Eli,
411, 505
Sieveking, Paul, 76, 114, 129
Sik, Ota, 57
Simar Films, 98C
Simenon, Georges, 315, 347-348, 508
Simon and Garfunkel, 308
Simondo, Piero, 5
Sinatra, Frank, 308, 423
Sinclair, Upton, 311, 330
The Jungle, 326
Singapore, 104
Singer, Isaac Bashevis, 137, 382, 503
Sino-Soviet dispute, 47, 80, 84
Siqueiros, David, 333
Sirera, Magali, 146
sitdown strikes, factory occupations, 59, 103. See also May 1968 revolt
sit-ins. See civil rights movement
situ milieu (SI-influenced groups, “pro-situs”), 56, 66, 74-75, 102, 106, 114, 119-120, 125, 127, 129-131, 132, 205, 191-192
situationism (pejorative term referring to ideologization of situationist theory), 11, 26, 35-36, 56, 70, 73-75, 106-107, 114, 119, 120, 125, 132, 205, 262-263
Situationist International (SI), situationists, 1, 7, 11, 13, 16, 19-20, 21, 26, 27-28, 30, 31, 33, 34-35, 36, 43, 49, 50, 51, 55, 56, 58, 59, 62-64, 66, 70, 72, 73, 74-76, 88, 90-91, 101-102, 103, 104, 106, 107, 111, 114, 118, 119, 120, 122, 123, 125, 126, 129, 130-131, 132, 139, 141-145, 150-151, 157, 158-159, 162,
172, 190-192, 194, 196, 205, 244-245, 251, 257, 316, 526, etc.
—common misconceptions about, 19, 30-31, 34-35, 43, 58, 64, 75, 102, 106, 129, 130
SI tactics. See revolutionary tactics; revolutionary theory; détournement
SI skirmishes:
—against art critics conference in Belgium (1958), 14
—Strasbourg scandal (1966), 49, 75, 102, 103
—May 1968 revolt, 55, 56, 58, 59, 73, 75, 103, 120, 129, etc.
—Italy (1967-1969), 56
SI sections (or national groupings):
—generally, 74, 76
—Algerian, 14
—American, 62, 74, 76, 106, 114
—Belgian, 14
—Dutch, 31, 76
—English, 49, 62, 66, 76
—French, 14, 49, 56, 74, 76, 106
—German, 14, 20, 26, 31, 76
—Italian, 13, 14, 56, 72, 76
—Scandinavian, 14, 26, 31, 76
SI conferences:
—preliminary (Alba, 1956), 5, 6-7, 13, 248
—founding (Cosio d’Arroscia, 1957), 7, 13
—2nd (Paris, 1958), [no mentions]
—3rd (Munich, 1959), 20
—4th (London, 1960), 20, 118
—5th (Göteborg, 1961), 26, 31, 125
—6th (Anvers, 1962), 31
—7th (Paris, 1966), 51, 59
—8th (Venice, 1969), 74
SI exclusions (see also breaks and exclusions):
—Italian artists (1958), 13
—Dutch architects (1960), 31
—German artists (Spurists) (1962), 26, 31
—Nashists (1962), 31. See also Nashism
—Garnautins (1967), 49, 51, 66
—English (1967), 62
—Chasse and Elwell (1969), 76
SI publications (for individually signed texts, see separate listings under Debord, Vaneigem and other SI members; for additional information, see the Situationist Bibliography):
—“Action in Belgium Against the International Assembly of Art Critics,” 102
—“Address to Revolutionaries of Algeria and of All Countries,” 38-39, 47, 71, 74, 135
—“The Adventure,” 106
—“The Algeria of Daniel Guérin, Libertarian,” 54
—“Anti-Public Relations Notice,” 50
Avviso al proletariato italiano sulle possibilità presenti della rivoluzione sociale, 72
—“The Bad Days Will End,” 56, 103
—“Beginning of an Era,” 101, 103, 114
—“The Class Struggles in Algeria,” 54, 71
—“Communiqué Concerning Vaneigem,” 74
—“Contribution to a Councilist Program in Spain,” 35
—“Correctives to the Consciousness of a Class That Will Be the Last” (hypothetical article), 50
—“The Counter-Situationist Campaign in Various Countries,” 35
—“The Decline and Fall of the Spectacle-Commodity Economy” (article on Watts riot), 50, 54, 74-75, 107, 111, 114, 143, 191, 256, 264
—“Definitions,” 125
Der Deutsche Gedanke (German journal), 36
—“Domenach versus Alienation,” 116
—“The Explosion Point of Ideology in China,” 103, 134
—“The Fifth SI Conference in Göteborg,” 35
—“The Fourth SI Conference in London,” 118
—“Geopolitics of Hibernation,” 70, 101
—“The Ideology of Dialogue,” 106
Incitement to Murder and Debauchery (hypothetical film), 50
—“Instructions for an Insurrection,” 29

Internationale Situationniste (I.S.) (French journal): mentioned, 1, 19, 28, 36, 50, 55, 58, 72, 74, 75, 107, 116, 118, 125, 129, 190; quoted: 2, 17B, 24, 25, 28-29, 31, 31, 34-35, 37, 39, 41, 47, 49-50, 55, 57-59, 65, 67, 69-71, 74, 116, 118, 125, 129, 205.
Into the Trashcan of History, 55, 71
Leaving the Twentieth Century: The Incomplete Work of the Situationist International (ed. Gray), 1, 107, 129, 190
—“Minimum Definition of Revolutionary Organizations,” 51, 59, 66, 114, 205
—“Now, the SI,” 125
On the Poverty of Student Life, 35, 49, 72, 74-75, 102, 103, 106-107, 114, 157, 162, 194, 205, 253-254. See also Strasbourg scandal
—“Orientation Debate,” 74, 120, 130, 190
—“Our Goals and Methods in the Strasbourg Scandal,” 102
—“The Packaging of ‘Free Time’,” 42
The Poor and the Super-Poor (articles on Third World), 114
—“Provisional Statutes,” 74
—“Questionnaire,” 129
The Real Split in the International (including Debord & Sanguinetti’s “Theses on the SI and Its Time”), 1, 75, 102, 114, 123, 125, 129-130, 205
—“Reform and Counterreform in the Bureaucratic Bloc” (article on Czechoslovakia), 74
—“
Response to a Questionnaire from the Center for Socio-Experimental Art,” 70
“Révolte et récupération en Hollande, 71
—“The Role of Godard,” 65
—“Situationist Dictionary” (unrealized project), 41
Situationist International (American journal), 76
Situationist International Anthology (ed. Knabb): discussed, 1, 107, 190-191A; quoted or mentioned, 101-104, 106-107, 140, 143-145, 151, 157, 192, 194-195, 316, 526
—“Situationist Manifesto” (unrealized project), 74, 126
Situationistisk Revolution (Danish journal), 36
“Socialisme ou Planète, 58
Spur (German journal), 26
To the members of the SI and to the comrades who have declared themselves in agreement with our theses (May 1968 circular), 56
La Tortue dans la vitrine, 71
—“Two Local Wars,” 102
—“Unconditional Defense,” 25
Warning! Three Provocateurs, 49
Wildcat Striker’s Handbook (unrealized project), 74
Situationist Times (Holland), 31
situations, construction of, 2, 4, 7, 10, 11, 18-19, 22, 30, 35, 36, 70, 92
Sitwell, Edith, 315
Façade, 313
Six Chapters of a Floating Life [a.k.a. Six Records of a Floating Life] (Shen Fu), 310, 506
Six Day War (Arab-Israel, 1967), 48
sixties, 105, 157, 408, 521. See also counterculture; New Left
Skeptical Inquirer, 107
slaves, slavery, 27, 28, 101, 128, 519, 521. See also Abolitionists
Smith, Adam, 202, 218-220
Smith, Bessie, 160
Smith, Jeanne (Jambu), 1, 91, 106, 205
Smith, Leslie (Shirley Johnson), 323, 325, 331
Smrkovsky, Josef, 57
Smullyan, Raymond, 510, 513
SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), 216
SNESup (French National Union of University Employees), 55
Snow, Charles P., 387, 620
Snyder, Gary, 105, 106, 108, 137, 158, 196, 211, 265, 315-316, 362, 365, 408, 410, 413,
414, 505
—“Buddhist Anarchism,” 105
Earth House Hold, 105, 414, 505
—Knabb’s disruption of, 106, 108, 194, 211
—Zen group, 107
Social Lie, 105, 137, 139, 309, 311, 319, 331, 343
Social Revolutionaries (Russia), 59, 304
socialism (in the true sense of the word), 37, 39-39A, 101, 104, 139, 202, 301
Socialisme ou Barbarie, 17B, 21, 25, 29, 34, 40, 58, 67-68, 71, 75, 104, 157
Socialist Realism, 7, 36
sociology, 23, 25, 28, 88, 203,
218, 525
Socrates, 51, 128, 345, 512
Solanas, Valerie, 75
solar power, 104, 193
Soleri, Palo, 114
Solidarity (London), 21, 105
Workers’ Councils and the Economics of a Self-Managed Society, 75, 104
Solon, 128
Sombart, Werner, 80, 84
Song of Songs, 138, 395
Sophocles, 4, 342, 350, 501
Sorbonne occupation (May 1968), 55, 56, 73, 75, 103
Sorbonne Occupation Committee, 56, 73, 75, 103
—“Communiqué” (appeal for factory occupations and workers councils), 56, 73
Sorel, Georges, 80, 525
Materials for a Theory of the Proletariat, 84
—“Theses on the Materialistic Conception of History,” 201
Sorenson, Theodore, 83
Sorokin, Pitirim, 309
Sotsass, Ettore, Jr., 5
Soupault, Philippe, 333
South Africa, 37, 101, 103, 157
Souvarine, Boris, 520
soviets, 32, 39A, 41, 48, 52, 55, 59, 71, 80, 84, 90, 95, 101, 104, 135, 304, 362. See also workers councils
Soviet Union. See Russia
space travel, 29, 61, 104
Spain, 5, 35, 37,
39A, 43, 56, 70, 159, 264, 346. See also Asturias
—revolution and civil war (1936-39), 4, 24-25, 28, 37-40, 47-48, 55, 59, 69, 71, 80, 84, 90, 101, 103, 104-105, 110-111, 137, 139, 144-145, 158, 193, 205, 216, 222, 224, 235, 253, 256-257, 262, 301, 317, 324, 326, 334, 519, 620; Catalonia, 59, 73; Aragon agrarian collectives, 59; May 1937 defeat, 25, 38, 59, 71, 362
Spartacus slave revolt, 190
Spartacists (Trotskyist group), 262
Spartakus League, Spartakists, 39A-41, 59, 71, 80, 84. See also Germany: revolution
spectacle, 10, 17B, 23, 25, 28-29, 35, 37, 38, 55, 58, 67, 68, 71, 81-89, 94, 95-96, 97, 101-104, 106-110, 116, 118-119, 125, 130, 139, 141, 145, 157, 163, 190, 194, 203, 251, 253, 255-256, 265, etc.
—as heir of religion, 37, 71, 132, 134, 191, 192
—as fragmented myth, 28
—as falsifier of reality (types of media distortion), 141, 157
—as new stage of capitalist alienation, 136, 141
—as aspect of commodity system, 38, 58, 67, 116, 120
—as sector of leisure and consumption, 17B, 67
—as monopolistic mediator of communication, 53, 67, 110, 116, 136, 139, 141, 262
—as reinforcer of separation, 28, 67, 94, 110, 141, 145
—as reflection of social hierarchy, 67, 68, 101, 141-142, 145
—linked to character (in Reich’s sense), 114-118, 131. See also roles
—compared with publicité (in Voyer’s sense), 117
—recent all-pervading extension of, 101, 145, 316
—increasing diversification for specific audiences, 125
—diffuse and concentrated forms of, 84, 95,141
—Nazi spectacle, 116; fascism as extreme spectacle, 28
—black American sub-spectacle, 38
—spectacle of decomposition, dissatisfaction and cynicism, 35, 102, 119, 125
—intimidating spectacle of others’ happiness or misery, 102, 115
—spectacle of opposition, 48, 71, 101, 112, 120, 125-126, 251, 253-254, 256, 264
—spectacle of revolutionary theory, 118, 127
—spectacle of nuclear war, 24, 70
—Third World struggles as, 37, 48, 157
—Gulf war as, 141
—urbanism as, 22
—tourism as, 67, 70, 87
—lectures as, 23
—film as, 68, 93-94, 102, 142, 145, 210
—art as, 7, 26, 30, 36, 67, 70, 107, 110, 139, 203
—art criticism as, 68
—happenings and other “participatory” spectacles, 30, 125, 139
—Brechtian attempt to counteract spectator passivity, 7, 10, 102, 145
—teach-ins as antispectacle tactic, 38
—détournement as antispectacle tactic, 28, 50, 106, 118, 142, 145, 151
—participation as counter to, 10, 141
—Watts riot as revolt against, 38
—situationist theory of, 38, 75, 101, 129, 141, 157; not a doctrinaire anti-image position, 104, 107
—Debord’s dialectical analysis of, 58, 102. See also “The Society of the Spectacle” under Debord
Spencer, Herbert, 320
Spencer, Wayne, 191A, 194
Spengler, Oswald, 216, 313, 319, 334
Spicer, Jack, 423
“Spies for Peace” scandal (England, 1963), 70, 71, 102
Spinoza, Baruch, 213
Spock, Benjamin, 105
Spontaneous Combustion (Nick Brandt), 130, 146
Spur, 26
Sri Lanka, 158
SSEU (San Francisco Social Services Employees Union), 114, 257, 260
Ssu-ma Ch’ien (Sima Qian), 518
Stackpole, Ralph, 333, 358, 649
Stadler, Gretel, 26
Stafford, Jean, 310, 315
Stalin, Josef, 29, 44, 47-48, 57, 80, 83, 84, 103, 105, 139, 141, 201, 212-213, 240, 304, 307, 357, 635
Stalinism, Stalinists, 7, 23, 28, 39, 41, 46, 47, 48, 52, 55-56, 57, 58, 60, 65, 71, 73, 84, 95, 96, 101, 102-106, 111-112, 118, 130, 132, 134-135, 139, 144, 157, 202, 212-213, 240, 251, 262, 264, 331, 334, 357, 361, 520, 523, 636, 644
—American, 157
—Chinese, 55, 56, 73, 103, 134
—Czechoslovakian, 57
—French, 42, 48-49, 55-59, 69, 71, 73, 96
—Indonesian, 39, 47
—Italian, 56
—Japanese, 47
—Spanish, 39A, 59, 90, 103, 326
—Vietnamese, 48, 102,
221-243
See also “Communist” parties
Stansill, Peter, 75
stars and celebrities, 83, 95
state, 29, 38-39, 41, 48, 52, 55, 57, 59, 60, 71-73, 84, 85, 90, 101, 102-103, 105, 116, 137, 139, 141, 202, 204, 208, 216, 301, 309, 325A, 325B, 345, 523. See also bureaucracy; anarchism; electoral politics
The State Adversary (New Zealand), 146
state capitalism, 37, 47-48, 71, 83, 84, 101, 110-111, 134, 139, 141, 144, 157, 202, 301, 361. See also Stalinism
Stein, Gertrude, 137, 315, 346, 378, 385-386, 410
Steinbeck, John, 362, 505
Stendhal, 105, 131, 349-350, 502
The Charterhouse of Parma, 348
Memoirs of an Egotist, 114
On Love, 116
The Red and the Black, 137, 310, 348, 354, 611
Stéphane, André, 58
Stern, Isaac, 626
Sterne, Laurence, 157
Tristram Shandy, 105, 347B, 352, 504, 528
Stevens, Wallace, 315, 381, 386
Still, Clyfford, 315
Stirner, Max, 43, 80, 84
Storm P. (Robert Storm Petersen), 246
The Story of the Stone. See The Dream of the Red Chamber
Stout, Rex, 107, 508
Straight Arrow Books, 75
Straram, Patrick, 7, 76
“Strasbourg of the factories” (hypothetical event), 74, 103, 116, 125
Strasbourg scandal (France, 1966), 49, 55-56, 58, 75, 102, 103, 194, 253
Stravinsky, Igor, 314, 423,
631, 635, 637
Strid, Hardy, 26
Strijbosch, Jan, 36
strikes, 25, 59, 60, 102, 103, 162-163. See also wildcat strikes
Strindberg, August, 330, 350, 606,
627, 632, 656
Stroheim, Erich von, 50
Stroll, Avrum, 256
structuralism, 88
Struve, Peter, 201
students, 49, 55, 71, 102, 203, 251, 254
—American, 38, 71, 205, 216, 317. See also FSM
—French, 49, 71, 162, 163; role in May 1968 revolt, 55, 73. See also Strasbourg scandal
—Italian, 56
—Japanese. See Zengakuren
—Mexican (1968 revolt), 56
—West Berlin, 48-49
—Yugoslavian (1968 revolt), 56
Sturm, Helmut, 20, 26
Su Tung P’o, 318, 388
Subversion (Berlin), 146
Suetonius, 343A
Suez crisis (1956), 48
Sufis, 138, 302, 304, 319, 511
Sukarno, 39
Sullivan, Louis, 606
Sullivan, William, 135
Sullivan, William L., 437
Sun Tzu, 97
Sun Yat-sen, 47
Sunar, Diane, 251
Sunday Times (London), 75
Supak, John, 76
Supervielle, Jules, 337, 353, 502, 607
surrealism, surrealists, 2, 7, 9, 12, 15, 28, 32, 36, 40- 43, 56-57, 74-75, 88, 103, 105-106, 118, 131, 157, 191, 196, 246-248, 308, 315-316, 319, 352, 386, 410, 415, 502
Le Surréalisme au Service de la Révolution, 3A
Surréalisme même, 12
survival (as opposed to life), 24, 27-28, 29, 38, 82, 86, 101-102, 143-144, 251, 264. See also alienation; everyday life
Sussman, Elizabeth, 76
Suzuki, D.T., 105, 107, 138, 319, 334, 415, 510
Suzuki, Shunryu, 105, 107, 510
Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, 107, 510
Svitak, Ivan, 73
Sweden, 9, 24
Swedenborg, Emmanuel, 349
Sweeney, James Johnson, 14
Swift, Jonathan, 80, 97, 118, 194
Gulliver’s Travels, 350, 352, 504
A Tale of a Tub, 114
Swinburne, Algernon, 330
Switzerland, 24
—1980 youth rebellion, 102
Swope, Putney (film character), 253
Sykes-Picot Agreement (1916), 48
Sylvestre, Anne, 107, 160, 308
Symbionese Liberation Army, 307
Synanon, 649
Synthesis/Regeneration: A Magazine of Green Social Thought (St. Louis), 146
Syria, 48

T

Ta Tu Thau, 48, 227-228, 233, 243
Taborites, 302
Tacitus, 137, 343, 343A, 518
Taine, Hippolyte, 212
The Tale of Genji (Murasaki), 104, 137, 157, 310, 344, 346-347,
391, 350,
541
Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles Maurice de, 48
Tame, Chris R., 75
Tamerlane, 3
Tanizaki, Junichiro,
443, 506
Tanner, Alain, 105
Tanner, Gid, 105
Tantrism, 138, 305, 320, 334, 434
Tao Te Ching (Lao Tze), 105, 137-138, 319, 325B, 334, 343, 346, 350, 415, 439, 510, 528, 534
Taoism, 102, 113, 132, 138, 265, 310, 319, 343, 346-347, 354, 387-388, 510, 534-545, 608
Tassajara Zen monastery, 107
Tate, Alan, 315
Tauxe, Henri-Charles, 58
Taylor, James, 129
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyitch, 313, 628
teach-ins, 38
Teagarden, Jack, 313
technology, 5, 12, 23, 27-28, 29, 35, 61, 67, 81, 87, 90, 101-102, 104, 191-193, 195, 246, 248, 301, 525. See also science; ecological and environmental issues
Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre, 42, 320, 349, 362
telecommunications (radical potential of), 60, 104
television, 86, 309
Teller, Edward, 210
Témime, Emile, 59, 103
The Tempest (Shakespeare), 137
Temple Post (Belgium), 146
Temps Critiques, 163
Les Temps Modernes (Paris), 25, 71, 75
Ten Days That Shook the World (Eisenstein film), 75, 145
1044 (Knabb-R0thbart group), 106, 109, 114, 130, 250, 252, 256
—“Hello, men!” balloon (Knabb), 106
—“In This Theater...,” 106
—“Ode on the Absence of Real Poetry Here This Afternoon” (Knabb), 106
—“Riot and Representation: The Significance of the Chicano Riot” (signed “by Herbert Marcuse”), 106, 114, 256
—“What Subversion Really Is” (Knabb, alias Frederick Engels), 114
Ténia Armé, Éditions du (Paris), 146
Tennyson, 442
Terence, 440
terrorism, 50, 60, 103, 144. See also Weathermen
Terry and the Pirates, 310
Teutonic Knights, 304
Thailand, 361
theater, 353, 357
theory. See revolutionary theory
Thermal Sensations and Desires of People Passing by the Gates of the Cluny Museum Around an Hour After Sunset in November (pinball machine project), 4
Theft (Australian anarchist magazine), 194
Thermopylae, 35
Thiers, Adolphe, 55, 101
Think Sangha, 158
Third International (Comintern), 41, 47-48, 71, 80, 84, 202, 213,
240, 324, 334
Third World (underdeveloped countries, anticolonial struggles), 7, 24-25, 27, 36, 37, 39, 48, 52, 71, 80, 83, 84, 101, 103-104, 125, 141, 144, 193, 206, 222-223,
237, 263, 432, 520, 608, 637, 648
—as ideology or spectacle for admiring first-worlders, 7, 48, 105-106, 111-112, 114, 157, 254, 264
Thirty Years War (1618-1648), 303, 304
The Thistle (Massachusetts), 146, 190
Thomas (astronomer), 2
Thomas, Dylan, 137, 315, 326
Thomas, Lewis, 193
Thomas, Sam, 105, 107
Thoreau, Henry David, 105, 306, 505
The Thought (Arizona), 146
Thucydides, 97, 137, 311, 342,
342A, 343A, 345, 518
Tiep Hien Order (Vietnam), 144
Tiepolo, Giovanni, 315, 327, 402
Tillich, Paul, 319
time, 85-86, 95, 325B, etc.
Time (New York), 75, 139, 317, 326
Time Out (London), 75
Times (London), 49, 75
Tinker, Carol, 361
Tintoretto, 315, 361, 402
Tito, Josip Broz, 56, 636
Titoism, 52, 57, 59
Tobey, Mark, 315,
406, 407
Tocqueville, Alexis de, 75, 145, 315, 519, 521
Toffler, Alvin, 264
Togliatti, Palmiro, 29, 71, 636
Togliattism, 39, 42, 57
Tolkien, J.R.R., 508
Tolstoy, Leo, 105, 304, 310, 313, 503
War and Peace, 137, 210, 310, 503, 528
Tom Jones (Fielding), 105, 341
Tomorrow, Tom, 517
Torres, Lorenzo, 39A
Tough, Dave, 313, 330
Toulouse-Lautrec, 107, 308
Touraine, Alain, 49, 56
The May Movement: Revolt and Reform, 75
tourism, 87, 95
town planning.
See architecture and urbanism
Toynbee, Arnold, 301, 312, 345, 394, 427
tragedy,
416-417
Transcendentalists, 306
translation of literature, 509
translation of poetry, 379, 440
translation of situationist texts, 157
Traven, B., 105, 315, 507
Treatise on Marxist Economics (Mandel), 39A
Treece, Henry, 308
Trenet, Charles, 107, 160
Tresca, Carlo, 326, 330
Tribe (Berkeley), 111
A Trip to the Moon (Georges Méliès film), 92
Tristano, Lennie, 315
Tristram Shandy (Sterne), 105
Triton Times (San Diego), 256
trobar clus (hermetic troubadour style), 32
Trocchi, Alexander, 7, 34, 75
Troconis, Gladys, 70
La troisième défaite du prolétariat français (Benoît), 58
Troppmann, Jean Baptiste, 27
Trotsky, Leon, 39A, 47, 57, 59, 71, 73-74, 80, 84, 90, 101, 111, 139, 317, 324, 331, 334, 352, 357, 383, 520, 523, 644
The History of the Russian Revolution, 520
1905, 59, 520
Ultimatum to Kronstadt (w/Kamenev), 59
Trotskyism, Trotskyists, 37, 39-41, 47, 56-57, 59-60, 71, 75, 80, 84, 101, 137, 139,
241, 307, 334. See also Bolshevism
—Algerian, 39
—American, 317, 334
—French, 56, 71, 73
—Vietnamese, 48, 221-243
troubadours, 137, 139, 308, 423
The Troublemakers (film), 264
Tsao Hsueh Chin (Cao Xueqin), 347
Tshombe, Moise, 29
Tu Fu (Du Fu), 137, 324, 332, 338, 342, 344, 354, 378, 439, 506, 536
TUC (British Trades Union Congress), 56
Tucker, Benjamin, 306
Tudeh Party (Iranian Communist Party), 135
Tunisia, 619
Turgenev, Ivan, 310
Turin councils movement. See under Italy
Turkey, 317
Turner, J.M.W., 312, 402-403
Twain, Mark, 105, 137, 157, 321, 349-350, 505
Huckleberry Finn, 102, 137, 310, 312, 350, 354, 505, 611
Tom Sawyer, 104
Twilight in Turkey (Chicago), 146
Tyler, Parker, 315, 516
Tyler, Wat, 302
Tylor, Edward, 301
Tynan, Kenneth, 9
Tyner, McCoy, 622
“The Tyranny of Structurelessness” (Freeman), 104
Tyrrell, George, 342, 437
Tzara, Tristan, 137, 333

U

Ubu cycle (Alfred Jarry), 29
Ukraine. See Makhnovist revolution
Ulbricht, Walter, 206
Unamuno, Miguel de, 203
Uncle Tom’s Cabin (Stowe), 102, 505
underdeveloped countries. See Third World
underground press, 105-106, 114, 134, 262
UNEF (French National Student Union), 49, 56, 71, 73, 254
unemployment, 39, 101, 103-104, 156, 162-164. See also work
Union of Communist Students (France), 71
Union Ouvrière Internationale (France, 1948-1952), 235
unions. See labor unions
unitary urbanism, 5-6, 7, 11, 16, 17, 22, 23-34. See also architecture and urbanism; psychogeography; dérives
United Front Against Fascism, 105, 264
United Nations, 24, 37, 137, 206, 631
United States of America, 7, 24, 37, 38, 48, 56, 71, 74, 88, 103, 105, 107, 122, 135, 137, 139, 141, 190-192, 196, 201-202, 204, 213, 311-312, 316, 321, 325B, 329-334, 349, 444, 521
—utopian communities, 305-307, 349
—Civil War (1861-1865), 103, 306, 329, 349, 357
—during World War I, 204
—Green Corn Rebellion (Oklahoma, 1917), 312
—labor struggles, 521
—Seattle general strike (1919), 103, 216, 521
—San Francisco general strike (1934), 324
—fallout shelter hysteria (1961), 24
—civil rights movement, 38, 102-103, 105, 139, 317, 521
—New Left, 71, 105, 106, 111, 112, 114, 139, 157, 216, 254, 262, 264, 317, 521
—counterculture, 102, 105, 106-107, 112, 113, 114, 139, 157,
196, 254, 264, 265, 301, 307-308, 408, 521
—Vietnam war, 38, 47, 48, 101-102, 105, 111-112, 114, 144, 157, 264, 308
—Watts riot (1965), 38, 50, 54, 75, 103, 111, 114, 119, 135, 143, 191, 254, 256, 261, 263-264
—Detroit and Newark riots (1967), 54
—Chicano riot (Los Angeles, 1970), 106, 114, 256
—Gulf war (1991), 103, 107, 141, 190, 206
—Los Angeles riot (1992), 38, 103, 143, 191
—“Occupy Wall Street” movement (2011),
169-174
—literature, 505
See also San Francisco
United States of America (rock group), 308
Upanishads, 302, 320, 343, 349, 510
urbanism. See architecture and urbanism; unitary urbanism
USSR. See Russia
utopian communities, 132, 139, 158, 301-307, 524. See also separate “Communalism” index
utopian socialism, 23, 25, 80, 84, 218-220, 301, 319, 433, 523. See also separate “Communalism” index
utopianism, 29, 35, 40, 67, 74, 101, 104, 158, 192, 202, 264, 265, 301-307, 433, 524. See also separate “Communalism” index

V

Vaché, Jacques, 92
Vadim, Roger, 9
Valéry, Paul, 203, 308, 315, 326, 378, 502
Valtin, Jan, 519
Van, Ngo.
See Ngo Van
Van de Velde, Henry, 6,
247, 248
Van Doren, Charles, 509
Van Gogh, Vincent, 70, 137, 404
Vance, Jack, 107, 508
vandalism, 25, 38, 103, 118, 256
Vandenburie, 49
Vaneigem, Raoul, 22, 25-28, 36, 40, 51, 60, 62, 69, 74-76, 80, 90, 102-103, 106, 116, 129, 158, 191-191A, 194, 205, 251, 253-254
—“Aiming for Practical Truth,” 106
—“Basic Banalities” (“The Totality for Kids”), 24, 29, 62, 103, 106, 111, 114, 144, 190
—“Basic Program of the Bureau of Unitary Urbanism” (w/Kotányi), 24, 69
The Book of Pleasures, 103
A Cavalier History of Surrealism, 103
—“Desolation Row” (chapter on nihilism from the Treatise), 114
From Wildcat Strike to Generalized Self-Management, 80, 90, 103
The Movement of the Free Spirit, 80
The Revolution of Everyday Life (Treatise on Living), 1, 28, 56, 58, 74-75, 78, 102, 106-107, 110, 114, 129-130, 194, 196, 253, 526
—“Theses on the Paris Commune” (w/Debord & Kotányi), 55, 75, 114
For more information on Vaneigem’s post-SI books, see the Situationist Bibliography
Vaneigemism, 103, 125
Vanzetti, Bartolomeo, 137, 324, 325B, 326, 331, 333, 352
“Vaticide Review” (Rexroth’s sarcastic name for the Partisan Review), 312
Vaughan, Thomas, 316, 434
Vauvenargues, Luc de Clapiers, 4, 502
Vayr-Piova, Bruno, 49
Veblen, Thorstein, 350
Vedanta, 138, 302, 316, 510
Vega, Lope de, 60
Venceremos Brigade, 130, 264
La Vendée insurgence (1793-1796), 4
Vendryes, Pierre, 15
Venezuelan comrades, 70
Venice, 361
Venice West (California), 105
Verlaan, Tony, 62, 74, 106, 114
Verlaine, Paul, 308, 349, 502
Verdi, Giuseppe, 314, 344
Aida, 354, 644
Don Carlo, 632
A Masked Ball, 632
Otello, 633
Rigoletto, 622
La Traviata, 329
Vermeer, Jan, 344, 361
Vernet, Horace, 70
Verrone, Elena, 5
Version 90 (Massachusetts), 146
Vian, Boris, 31, 160, 308
Vianson-Ponté, Pierre, 58
Vichney, Nicolas, 24
Victoria, Brian, 158
Victorian literature,
442, 504
Vidal-Naquet, Pierre, 75
Viénet, René, 36, 50, 65, 74, 142, 145
Can Dialectics Break Bricks? (film), 76, 142, 145
—“Declaration” (w/Debord & Riesel)
Enragés and Situationists in the Occupations Movement (book on May 1968), 1, 55-58, 75-76, 103, 157, 203
—“The Situationists and the New Forms of Action Against Politics and Art,” 65
Vienna insurrection (1848), 40
Vietcong (NLF), 48, 102, 105, 238
Vietminh, 48, 231-233, 241
Vietnam,
221-243, 520, 643. See also the more detailed Index to Ngo Van’s
In the Crossfire: Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary
—revolts against North Vietnamese bureaucracy (1945 & 1956), 48, 111, 263
—war, 38, 47, 48, 101-102, 105, 111-112, 114, 144, 157, 165, 195, 206, 223,
238, 251, 256, 264, 359, 408
Vigo, Jean, 105
Villa, Pancho, 32, 40
Village Voice (New York), 107, 190, 423
Villepin, Dominique de, 163-164
Villiers de l’Isle-Adam, Philippe August, 39
Villon, François, 139, 160, 161, 308, 502
—“Ballad of the Ladies of Bygone Times,” 161
La violence et la dérision (Cosséry), 102
Virgil, 137, 309, 345
Aeneid, 343
Viroux, 4
Viva Zapata (film), 106
Vivaldi, Antonio, 314
Voix Ouvrière (French Trotskyist paper), 71
Voline, 25, 59, 101, 222, 520
Voltaire, 41, 256, 347A
von Hügel, Friedrich, 319, 358, 437, 439, 511, 655
voodoo, 305
Vorwärts (German social-democratic paper), 34, 59
voting. See electoral politics
Voyer, Jean-Pierre, 106, 116-117, 130, 146, 191A, 194
—“Discretion Is the Better Part of Value,” 116, 130
L’Internationale Situationniste: protagonistes, chronologie, bibliographie (w/Raspaud), 64, 76
Introduction à la Science de la Publicité (“Encyclopedia of Appearances”), 116-117, 130
—“Reich: How To Use,” 106, 114-115, 117, 130-131, 191, 194, 205
Revue de Préhistoire Contemporaine, 190
There Is No Society Of The Spectacle, 191A
Voznesensky, Andrei, 47
Vreeswijk, Cornelis, 308
Vucicovic, Branko, 43

W

Waag, Jérôme, 146
wage labor. See work
Wagner, Anne, 206
Wagner, Richard, 28, 157, 313, 354
Parsifal, 358, 656
Waite, A.E., 316,
397, 434
Waley, Arthur, 310, 343, 350, 379
Wall Street Journal, 166
Wallace, George, 38
Waller, Fats, 313
Walton, Izaak, 138, 436
The Compleat Angler, 346, 374, 436, 504
Wang En-mao, 47
war, 48, 103-104, 139, 141, 202, 204, 206, 210, 214, 325B, 334, 350. See also nuclear war; nonviolence
War After War (City Lights anthology), 146
War and Peace (Tolstoy), 137, 310
Warren, Josiah, 304, 306
Warsaw Pact, 55, 57, 103
Washington, Dinah, 308
Watson, Dr. (Conan Doyle character), 118
Watt, Richard, 59, 103
Watts, Alan, 105, 113, 265, 358, 510, 655
Watts, Jonathan, 158
Watts riot (Los Angeles, 1965), 38, 39A, 50, 54, 75, 103, 111, 114, 119, 135, 143, 191, 254, 256, 261, 263-264, 359
WBAI (New York independent radio station), 605
We from Kronstadt (film), 75
“We Shall Overcome,” 103
Weathermen, 112, 114, 251, 264. See also terrorism
Weber, Josef, 106, 157, 195, 202, 212-213, 525
—“The Great Utopia,” 157, 525
Weber, Max, 319
Webern, Anton von, 314
Webster, John, 347B
Wedekind, Frank, 654
Weil, Simone, 319, 348, 398
Weill, Kurt, 102
Weinberger, Eliot, 190
Weitling, Wilhelm, 307
Weitsman, Mel, 107
Welch, Lew, 105, 316
Welk, Lawrence, 308
Welles, Orson:
Citizen Kane, 50
Mr. Arkadin, 50, 75, 145
Wells, H.G., 315, 317, 329, 332, 350, 419, 431, 518, 613, 620
An Outline of History, 518
The Research Magnificent, 326, 439
West, Nathanael, 331
Whalen, Philip, 105, 137, 315-316, 365, 408, 410, 413, 414, 505
What’s Up, Tiger Lily? (Woody Allen film), 142
Wheeler, Burton, 139, 333
Whistler, James, 403
White, Georgia, 313
White, Gilbert, 138, 346
The Natural History of Selbourne, 374, 504
Whitehead, Alfred North, 248, 302, 344, 387, 439, 512
Whitman, Walt, 104, 105, 138, 154, 191, 306, 315, 330, 350-352, 386, 412, 528
—“A Backward Glance o’er Travel’d Roads,” 107
Leaves of Grass, 104, 137, 349, 505
—“Stronger Lessons,” 144
Whymper, Edward, 377
Scrambles Amongst the Alps, 374
Whyte, William, 88
Widgery, David, 75
Wiener, Norbert, 213
Wiens, Linda, 206
wildcat strikes, 20, 25, 27, 55-56, 74, 84, 90, 103
—American, 37, 114, 205, 258-259, 262
—English, 37, 56, 71
—French, 55-56, 156, 162; May 1968 wildcat general strike, 55, 73, 103
—Italian, 56
See also strikes; labor unions
Wilde, Oscar, 104, 194, 504
Wilkins, Roy, 38
Willener, Alfred, 75
Williams, Big Joe, 105
Williams, Heathcote, 75
Williams, Mary Lou, 313-314
Williams, Tennessee, 624, 634
Williams, William Carlos, 105, 137, 315-316, 325, 386, 410-411, 505, 624
Wilson, Colin, 9, 604
Wilson, Edmund, 107, 213, 421, 509
To the Finland Station, 212, 525
Wilson, George P., 312
Wilson, Harold, 56
Wilson, Woodrow, 204, 307
wine, 359, 645
Winks, Chris, 76, 190, 205
Winstanley, Gerrard, 157, 304
Winters, Yvor, 310, 315, 318, 385-386
Wisconsin movement (2011), 174
Wise, David and Stuart, 194
Wisyam, Omar, 146
Wittner, Laura, 300
Wittvogel, Karl, 80, 301, 525
Wobblies. See IWW
Wodehouse, P.G., 517
Wolfe, Nero (Rex Stout character), 107, 190
Wolfe, Thomas, 422
Wolman, Gil Joseph, 3A-5, 7, 76, 92, 98A
The Anticoncept, 92, 98A
—“A User’s Guide to Détournement” (w/Debord), 16
women, 71, 102, 104, 106, 116, 132, 139, 157, 193, 251, 311
—in Algeria, 39
—in Iran, 135
—in May 1968 revolt, 55
—in 1937 sitdown strike, 103
—in situ-revolutionary milieu, 127, 132
—women’s liberation, 112, 209, 251, 264, 363, 525
—housewives and housework, 103
—in utopian communities. See separate “Communalism” index
Women’s Emergency Brigade (1937), 103
Woolf, Virginia, 500, 504
Woolman, John, 105, 138, 343, 511
Wordsworth, William, 318, 344, 345, 441
work, wage labor, 17, 21, 25, 27, 29, 35, 53, 60, 67, 71-72, 75, 81-82, 84, 85, 90, 101, 103, 104, 111, 116, 119, 136, 156,
162-164, 191, 193, 203, 252, 261-262, 301, 306, 349, etc. See also capitalism
workers. See proletariat
workers councils, 21, 25, 39A, 40, 43, 48-49, 53, 55-57, 59, 60, 61, 69, 71-75, 80, 84, 87, 89, 90, 101, 102, 103-104, 107, 110-111, 117, 136, 157, 191-192, 205, 216, 253, 256-257, 260, 262-263, 264, 301
—organization of, 56, 59, 60, 84, 103-104
—combined with neighborhood councils, community councils, etc., 59-60, 103-104
—France: May 1968 struggle for, 55-56, 73, 103
—German (1918-1919), 25, 59, 101, 103
—Hungarian (1956), 37, 59, 84, 101, 104; Budapest, 36, 59, 73
—Italian: Turin (1920), 59, 73, 101; Battapaglia (1969), 56
—Russian: 1905 soviets, 39A, 55, 59, 71, 73, 84, 101, 104; 1917 soviets, 71, 101, 139; Kronstadt soviet (1921), 59, 84, 101, 111, 139
—Spanish (1936-1939), 25, 59, 101; Catalonia, 73
—Yugoslavian caricature of, 57
See also self-management; revolution
Workers’ Opposition (radical faction within the Bolshevik Party), 80, 84
World Bank, 104
The World of Suzie Wong, 353
World Revolution (London), 75, 129
World War I, 7, 59, 71, 84, 102-103, 133, 139, 204, 317, 350
World War II, 48, 103, 137-139, 157, 202, 204, 213, 230-231, 317, 334
World War III, 70. See also nuclear war
Wozzeck (Berg opera), 354, 611
WR: Mysteries of the Organism (film), 131
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 246, 330
Wright, Richard,
432
WTO (World Trade Organization), 159
Wu Man, 134
Wunderle, J.R., 105
Wyckaert, Maurice, 16, 20
Wycliffe, John, 302
Wydawnictwo Utopia (Poland), 146

X

Xenophon, 128

Y

Yancey, Jimmy, 313, 330
Yang Hsi-Kwang, 134
Yartchouk, Efin, 90
Yeats, William Butler, 325, 330, 348, 351, 378, 503-504
Yemen, 48
Yen Bai insurrection (Vietnam, 1930), 227
Yevtushenko, Yevgeny, 36, 635
Yiddish literature, 182
Yippies, 75, 102, 105, 112, 114, 129, 157, 190, 253, 264
yoga, 320, 332, 334, 343, 434
Yosano Akiko, 339
Yosemite, 104, 107, 619
Young, Karl, 191A
Young, Lester, 313-315
youth rebellion, 9, 24-25, 71, 83-84, 95, 205, 254, 264, 315, 317, 408, 422. See also counterculture
YPSL (Young People’s Socialist League), 317
Yu Shuet, 134
Yuen Chen, 379
Yugoslavia, 39, 47, 56-57, 80, 111, 301
Yutang, Lin, 310

Z

Z (film), 264
Zahouane, Hocine, 39
Zapata, Emiliano, 40, 55, 520
Zen Buddhism, 71, 104-106, 107, 132, 158, 168, 191, 194, 253-254, 388, 438, 441, 510, 528
—meditation practice, 107
—Rexroth on, 138, 316, 320, 343, 346, 354, 358, 408, 608
—analogies to situationist methods, 144
“Zen Judaism,” 138
Zengakuren, 35, 37, 71, 73, 317
Zerzan, John, 114, 191, 192, 193, 257
Zhdanov, Andrei, 7, 29, 316
Zhdanovism, 7
Zimmer, Hans-Peter, 20, 26
Zinn, Howard, 521
Zinoviev, Grigorii, 47, 324
Zionism, 48, 138, 319
Zizka, Jan, 302
ZNet, 194
Zola, Émile, 246, 310-311, 502
Zoroastrianism, 304
Zukovsky, Louis, 315, 386
Zuni Indians, 34, 309
Zwingli, Huldriech, 303


 

Indexed Pages


SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONAL

1. Preface to the Situationist International Anthology
2. Formulary for a New Urbanism (Chtcheglov)
3. Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography (Debord)
3A. Proposals for Rationally Improving the City of Paris (Lettrist International)
4. A User’s Guide to Détournement (Debord & Wolman)
5. The Alba Platform (Lettrist International)
6. Notes on the Formation of an Imaginist Bauhaus (Jorn)
7. Report on the Construction of Situations (Debord)
8. Film Soundtracks (Debord) [now changed to 93 & 94]
9. The Sound and the Fury
10. Preliminary Problems in Constructing a Situation
11. Definitions
11A. Theses on Cultural Revolution (Debord)
12. The Situationists and Automation (Jorn)
13. No Useless Leniency (Bernstein)
14. Action in Belgium Against the International Assembly of Art Critics
15. Theory of the Dérive (Debord)
16. Détournement as Negation and Prelude
17. Situationist Theses on Traffic (Debord)
17A. Another City for Another Life (Constant)
17B. The Use of Free Time
18. Gangland and Philosophy (Kotányi)
19. The Adventure
20. The Fourth SI Conference in London
21. Instructions for an Insurrection
22. Basic Program of the Bureau of Unitary Urbanism (Kotányi & Vaneigem)
23. Perspectives for Conscious Changes in Everyday Life (Debord)
24. Geopolitics of Hibernation
25. The Bad Days Will End
26. The Fifth SI Conference in Göteborg
27. Basic Banalities (1) (Vaneigem)
28. Basic Banalities (2)
29. Ideologies, Classes, and the Domination of Nature
30. The Avant-Garde of Presence
31. The Counter-Situationist Campaign in Various Countries
32. All the King’s Men
33. Anti-Public Relations Notice
34. Now, the SI
35. Questionnaire
36. Response to a Questionnaire from the Center for Socio-Experimental Art
37. Address to Revolutionaries of Algeria and of All Countries
38. The Decline and Fall of the Spectacle-Commodity Economy (Watts riot)
39. The Class Struggles in Algeria
39A. Contribution to a Councilist Program in Spain
40. Some Theoretical Topics That Need To Be Dealt With (Vaneigem)
41. Captive Words: Preface to a Situationist Dictionary (Khayati)
42. The Role of Godard
43. The Ideology of Dialogue
44. Interview with an Imbecile
45. The Algeria of Daniel Guérin, Libertarian
46. Domenach versus Alienation
47. The Explosion Point of Ideology in China
48. Two Local Wars (Vietnam and Arab-Israel)
49. Our Goals and Methods in the Strasbourg Scandal
50. New Forms of Action Against Politics and Art (Viénet)
51. Aiming for Practical Truth (Vaneigem)
52. On Revolutions in the Underdeveloped Countries (Khayati)
53. Minimum Definition of Revolutionary Organizations
54. Three Postscripts to the Previous Issue
55. The Beginning of an Era (1) (May 1968 revolt)
56. The Beginning of an Era (2)
57. Reform and Counterreform in the Bureaucratic Bloc (Prague Spring)
58. How Not To Understand Situationist Books
59. Preliminaries on Councils and Councilist Organization (Riesel)
60. Notice to the Civilized Concerning Generalized Self-Management (Vaneigem)
61. The Conquest of Space in the Time of Power (Rothe)
62. The Latest Exclusions
63. Maitron the Historian [excerpt now moved to a footnote in The Beginning of an Era]
64. The Elite and the Backward
65. Cinema and Revolution
66. The Organization Question for the SI (Debord)
67. Preliminaries Toward a Unitary Revolutionary Program (Canjuers & Debord)
68. For a Revolutionary Judgment of Art (Debord)
69. Theses on the Paris Commune (Debord, Kotányi, Vaneigem)
70. New Forms of Action in Politics and Art (Debord)
71. On the Poverty of Student Life
72. In Short
73. May 1968 Documents
74. Internal SI Texts
75. The Blind Men and the Elephant (Selected Opinions on the Situationists)
76. Situationist Bibliography
77. Index to Debord’s Society of the Spectacle
78. Index to Vaneigem’s Revolution of Everyday Life
79. The Society of the Spectacle (Preface)
80. The Society of the Spectacle (Notes)
81. The Society of the Spectacle (1) (Debord)
82. The Society of the Spectacle (2)
83. The Society of the Spectacle (3)
84. The Society of the Spectacle (4)
85. The Society of the Spectacle (5)
86. The Society of the Spectacle (6)
87. The Society of the Spectacle (7)
88. The Society of the Spectacle (8)
89. The Society of the Spectacle (9)
90. Total Self-Management (Vaneigem)
91. Introduction to Debord’s Complete Cinematic Works
92. Howls for Sade (Debord)
93. On the Passage of a Few Persons (Debord)
94. Critique of Separation (Debord)
95. The Society of the Spectacle (film) (Debord)
96. Refutation of All the Judgments (Debord)
97. In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni (Debord)
98A. Technical Notes on the First Three Films
98B. Letter about On the Passage
98C. On The Society of the Spectacle
98D. The Use of Stolen Films
98E. The Themes of In girum
98F. Instructions to the In girum Sound Engineer
98G. Chronology
98H. Filmography
98I. Bibliography


PUBLIC SECRETS

101. The Joy of Revolution (1)
102. The Joy of Revolution (2)
103. The Joy of Revolution (3)
104. The Joy of Revolution (4)
105. Confessions of a Mild-Mannered Enemy of the State (1)
106. Confessions of a Mild-Mannered Enemy of the State (2)
107. Confessions of a Mild-Mannered Enemy of the State (3)
108. Do We Need Snyder for Poet-Priest?
109. In This Theater...
110. Ode on the Absence of Real Poetry Here This Afternoon
111. Bureaucratic Comix
112. Critique of the New Left Movement (excerpts)
113. On the Poverty of Hip Life (excerpts)
114. Remarks on Contradiction and Its Failure
115. “Reich: How To Use” (comic)
116. Reich: How To Use (Voyer)
117. Discretion Is the Better Part of Value (Voyer)
118. Double-Reflection
119. Theory of Poverty, Poverty of Theory (Denevert)
120. To Clarify Some Aspects of the Moment (Denevert)
121. Declaration Concerning the CRQS
122. Notice Concerning the Reigning Society
123. The Blind Men and the Elephant (1975 poster excerpts)
124. Bureau of Public Secrets #1
125. The Society of Situationism
126. Notes Toward a Situationist Manifesto (Charles & Denevert)
127. Arms and the Woman (Charles)
128. From Science’s End (Moinet)
129. A Short Guide to the Anglo-American Situationist Image
130. Trouble Is My Business
131. Affective Détournement: A Case Study
132. The Realization and Suppression of Religion
133. Open Letter to the Tokyo Libertaire Group
134. A Radical Group in Hong Kong
135. The Opening in Iran
136. Banalities
137. The Relevance of Rexroth (1)
138. The Relevance of Rexroth (2)
139. The Relevance of Rexroth (3)
140. The Relevance of Rexroth (Notes)
141. The War and the Spectacle (Gulf war)
142. On René Viénet’s Film Can Dialectics Break Bricks?
143. Los Angeles 1965/1992
144. Strong Lessons for Engaged Buddhists
145. On Guy Debord’s Film The Society of the Spectacle
146. Notes on BPS Publications


OTHER BPS TEXTS

150. Terry and the Situationists
151. Dagwood on Détournement
152. Lulu’s Public Secrets (1)
153. Lulu’s Public Secrets (2)
154. Lulu’s Public Secrets (3)
155. Lulu’s Public Secrets (4)
156. We Don’t Want Full Employment, We Want Full Lives!
157. Notes and Reviews
158. Evading the Transformation of Reality
159. Loren Goldner’s Website
160. Georges Brassens and the French “Renaissance of Song”
161. Ballad of the Ladies of Bygone Times (Villon)
162. Reflections on the Uprising in France
163. Documents from the Anti-CPE Uprising
164. Graffiti from the Anti-CPE Uprising
165. Beyond Voting
166. A Little College Scores a Big Victory

167. A Good Chance to Legalize Marijuana
168. Adventurer Seeks Adventuress: Three Years of Online Dating
169. The Awakening in America
170. Yesterday in Oakland
171. Welcome to the Oakland General Strike
172. The Situationists and the Occupation Movements: 1968/2011
173. The Occupy Movement at Its Peak
174. Looking Back on Occupy

190. Selected Opinions on the Bureau of Public Secrets (1975-1996)
191. Selected Opinions on the Bureau of Public Secrets (1997-2005)
191A. Selected Opinions on the Bureau of Public Secrets (2006-present)
192. A Look at Some of the Reactions to Public Secrets
193. The Poverty of Primitivism
194. Rapid Responses
195. Ten Years on the Web
196. Ken Knabb, the Situationist International, and the American Counterculture (Depétris)
 


MISCELLANEOUS TEXTS

201. A Non-Dogmatic Approach to Marxism (Korsch)
202. The Great Utopia (Weber)
203. May 1968 Graffiti
204. War Is the Health of the State (Bourne)
205. Disinterest Compounded Daily (Rosenberg & Shutes)
206. Two Gulf War Documents (Brook et al.)
207. Crime and Criminals (Darrow)
208. Introduction to a Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right (Marx)
209. The Tyranny of Structurelessness (Freeman)
210. Designing Pacifist Films (Goodman)
211. Buddhist Anarchism (Snyder)
212. The Problem of Social Consciousness (1) (Weber)
213. The Problem of Social Consciousness (2) (Weber)
214. Stories of Mr. Keuner (Brecht)
215. Banning Cars from Manhattan (Goodman)
216. The Power of Negative Thinking (Chasse)
217. Karl Marx (Korsch)
218. Karl Marx (1)
219. Karl Marx (2)
220. Karl Marx (3)
221. In the Crossfire: Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary (Ngo Van)
222. In the Crossfire: Introduction (Knabb)
223. In the Crossfire: Ngo Van, Relayer of Living History (Fleury)
224. In the Crossfire: Preface
225. In the Crossfire: chapter 1
226. In the Crossfire: chapter 2
227. In the Crossfire: chapter 3
228. In the Crossfire: chapter 4
229. In the Crossfire: chapter 5
230. In the Crossfire: chapter 6
231. In the Crossfire: chapter 7
232. In the Crossfire: chapter 8
233. In the Crossfire: chapter 9
234. In the Crossfire: chapter 10
235. In the Crossfire: chapter 11
236. In the Crossfire: A Factory Occupation in May 1968
237. In the Crossfire: On Third World Struggles
238. In the Crossfire: Reflections on the Vietnam War
239. In the Crossfire: Translator’s Notes
240. In the Crossfire: Note on Stalinism and Trotskyism
241. In the Crossfire: Chronology
242. In the Crossfire: Bibliography
243. In the Crossfire: Index
244. Asger Jorn’s Writings on Art and Architecture
245. Notice (Jorn)
246. Image and Form (Jorn)
247. Form and Structure (Jorn)
248. Against Functionalism (Jorn)
 


BUREAU PREHISTORY

250. Bureau Prehistory
251. Leaflets (CEM)
252. “Great Moments in the Void” Trading Cards (CEM)
253. On Wielding the Subversive Scalpel (CEM)
254. Additions to On the Poverty of Student Life (CEM)
255. “Hello, Men!” balloon (1044)
256. Riot and Representation (1044)
257. Open Letter to John Zerzan (Contradiction)
258. Wildcat Comics (1) (Contradiction)
259. Wildcat Comics (2)
260. Wildcat Comics (3)
261. Wildcat Comics (4)
262. Still Out of Order (Contradiction & Point-Blank)
263. Critique of Anti-Mass (Contradiction)
264. Critique of the New Left Movement (Contradiction) (complete)
265. On the Poverty of Hip Life (Contradiction) (complete)


KENNETH REXROTH

300. Rexroth Archive
301. Communalism (1)
302. Communalism (2)
303. Communalism (3)
304. Communalism (4)
305. Communalism (5)
306. Communalism (6)
307. Communalism (7)
308. Subversive Aspects of Popular Songs
309. The Social Lie
310. The Chinese Classic Novel
311. Henry Miller
312. The Decline of American Humor
313. Some Thoughts on Jazz
314. Five More Articles on Jazz
315. Disengagement: The Art of the Beat Generation
316. Talking about Rexroth (Gibson & Knabb)
317. Beginnings of a New Revolt
318. American Indians Songs
319. The Hasidism of Martin Buber
320. Lafcadio Hearn and Japanese Buddhism
321. Mark Twain
322. Greeks and Buddhists in Afghanistan
323. Poems (1920s)
324. Poems (1930s)
325. Poems (1940s)
325A. The Phoenix and the Tortoise
325B. The Dragon and the Unicorn
326. Poems (1950s)
327. Poems (1960s)
328. Poems (1970s)
329. Autobiography (1)
330. Autobiography (2)
331. Autobiography (3)
332. Autobiography (4)
333. Autobiography (5)
334. Autobiography (6)
335. Translations from Greek and Latin
336. Translations from Italian and Spanish
337. Translations from French
338. Translations from Chinese
339. Translations from Japanese
340. Classics Revisited (Introduction)
341. Classics Revisited (1) (Gilgamesh, Iliad, Odyssey)
342. Classics Revisited (2) (Sappho, Herodotus, Bhagavad-Gita)
342A. Classics Revisited (2A) (Thucydides)
343. Classics Revisited (3) (Tao Te Ching, Satyricon, Plutarch)
342A. Classics Revisited (3A) (Tacitus)
344. Classics Revisited (4) (Kalevala, Tu Fu, Tale of Genji)
345. Classics Revisited (5) (Chaucer, Popular Ballads, Machiavelli)
346. Classics Revisited (6) (Montaigne, Don Quixote, Compleat Angler)
347. Classics Revisited (7) (Robinson Crusoe, Dream of the Red Chamber, Casanova)
347A. Classics Revisited (7A) (Gibbon)
347B. Classics Revisited (7B) (Sterne)
348. Classics Revisited (8) (Blake, Stendhal, Marx)
349. Classics Revisited (9) (Baudelaire, Whitman, Rimbaud)
350. Classics Revisited (10) (Huckleberry Finn, Chekhov, Parade’s End)
351. D.H. Lawrence
352. Kenneth Patchen
353. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1960a)
354. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1960b)
355. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1961)
356. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1962)
357. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1963)
358. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1964)
359. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1965)
360. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1966)
361. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1966-1967)
362. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1968-1969)
363. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1970-1972)
364. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1973-1974)
365. Rexroth’s San Francisco (1975)
366. Camping in the Western Mountains (1)
367. Camping in the Western Mountains (2)
368. Camping in the Western Mountains (3)
369. Camping in the Western Mountains (4)
370. Camping in the Western Mountains (5)
371. Camping in the Western Mountains (6)
372. Camping in the Western Mountains (7)
373. Camping in the Western Mountains (8)
374. Camping in the Western Mountains (9)
375. Camping in the Western Mountains (10)
376. Camping in the Western Mountains (11)
377. Camping in the Western Mountains (12)
378. Two Talks on Poetry and Society
379. The Poet as Translator
380. The Art of Literature (Encyclopaedia Britannica article)
381. Lawrence Durrell
382. Isaac Bashevis Singer
383. Baudelaire’s Ennobling Revulsion
384. Rimbaud as Capitalist Adventurer
385. The Cubist Poetry of Pierre Reverdy
386. The Influence of French Poetry on American
387. Science and Civilization in China
388. Sung Dynasty Culture
389. The Tao of Painting
390. Japanese Literature
391. The World of Genji
392. Japanese Noh Plays
393. The Poetry of the Far East in a General Education
394. Matteo Ricci’s China Journals
395. Ecclesiastes
396. Gnosticism
397. The Holy Kabbalah
398. Simone Weil
399. The New English Bible
400. My Head Gets Tooken Apart
401. Citizen Fromm
402. Turner: Painting as an Organism of Light
403. Turner and Whistler
404. The Letters of Van Gogh
405. The Heroic Object and Fernand Léger
406. Mark Tobey: Painter of the Humane Abstract
407. The Visionary Painting of Morris Graves

408. The Making of the Counterculture
409. Urbanism and Community Planning
410. The New American Poetry
411. The Poetry of Eli Siegel
412. Allen Ginsberg in America
413. The Authentic Joy of Philip Whalen
414. Gary Snyder: Smokey the Bear Bodhisattva
415. Prefaces to Rexroth’s Poetry
416. Greek Tragedy in Translation
417. Tragedy and Philosophy
418. William Blake
419. Henry James and H.G. Wells
420. Samuel Beckett and the Importance of Waiting
421. Introduction to Bird in the Bush: Obvious Essays
422. Jack Kerouac
423. Jazz Poetry
424. Edward Gibbon’s Letters
425. Francis Parkman
426. The Unchristian Crusades
427. The Sicilian Vespers
428. D.H. Lawrence: The Other Face of the Coin
429. Henry Miller: The Iconoclast as Everyman’s Friend
430. Blaise Cendrars
431. Ford Madox Ford
432. Richard Wright and the Persistence of Racism
433. Thomas More’s Utopia
434. The Spiritual Alchemy of Thomas Vaughan
435. Lamennais: From Reaction to Revolution
436. The Evolution of Anglo-Catholicism
437. The Catholic Modernists
438. Haiku and Japanese Religion
439. Ten Influential Books

440. On Translating Roman Verse
441. Coleridge and Zen?
442. The Victorian Conspiracy of Cant
443. Six Japanese Novelists
444. The Heat
445. Harold Gilliam’s San Francisco Bay
446. The Lore and Language of Schoolchildren
 

GATEWAY TO THE VAST REALMS

500. Introduction
501. Greek and Latin Literature
502. French
503. Other European
504. British
505. American
506. Chinese and Japanese
507. Other Non-European
508. Detectives, Fantasy, Science Fiction
509. Books on Books
510. Eastern Religion and Philosophy
511. Western Religion
512. Western Philosophy
513. Science and Pseudoscience
514. Psychology
515. Anthropology and Folklore
516. Note on Music, Art and Film
517. Humor and Comics
518. History
519. Modern History and Revolution: Europe
520. Russia, China, Third World
521. United States
522. China, Third World [now consolidated with Russia: 520]
523. Marxism
524. Utopianism and Anarchism
525. Miscellaneous Social Analysis
526. Note on the Situationists
527. Books for Children
528. Desert Island Books
        Passages from Recommended Works:
529. Homer: The Iliad and The Odyssey
530. Sappho: Poem of Jealousy
531. Carmina Burana
532. The Kalevala
533. The Book of Songs (Shih Ching)
534. Tao Te Ching (Chapter 1)
535. Chuang Tzu: The Dexterous Butcher
536. Tu Fu: Thoughts While Traveling at Night
537. Bashô: Frog Haiku
538. Bashô: Narrow Road to the Interior
539. Baudelaire:
The Balcony
540. Buber:
I and Thou
541. Murasaki:
The Tale of Genji
542. Cervantes:
Don Quixote
 

SAN FRANCISCO FIFTY YEARS AGO

600. Table of Contents
601. January 1960
602. February 1960
603. March 1960
604. April 1960
605. May 1960
606. June 1960
607. July 1960
608. August 1960
609. September 1960
610. October 1960
611. November 1960
612. December 1960
613. January 1961
614. February 1961
615. March 1961
616. April 1961
617. May 1961
618. June 1961
619. July 1961
620. August 1961
621. September 1961
622. October 1961
623. November 1961
623. December 1961
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