Audio

Cascadian Bioregionalism – 4th class


Contains explicit content.
Alexander gives a lecture including the Dichotomy of Being, the Hegelian Dialectic, Romanticism, Nationalism, and the educational system.


A picture of what Alexander wrote on the board.

Caspar_David_Friedrich_-_Wanderer_above_the_sea_of_fogCaspar David Friedrich – Wanderer above the sea of fog” by Caspar David Friedrich – The photographic reproduction was done by Cybershot800i. (Diff). Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

American_progressAmerican progress” by John Gast (painter) – scan or photograph of 1872 painting. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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Episode 1 – Introduction to Cascadia – 12/21/14

Alexander gives an introduction to Cascadia and Bioregionalism, and how and why he designed the Cascadian flag, among other topics.

 

Song: Fallen Giants by Kithkin

Lyrics:
I woke to the smell of fire,
Nestled in my oracle’s ear,
I dreamt of the sound of a tree falling down,
That no one else could hear,
I was a celibate prostitute,
I was a zebra with bleached blonde hair,
I wrenched my rusted knees from the twisted sheets,
And rose into the autumn air

I felt the end was near
(I don’t want to die for this)

Trees will overtake
This choking cityscape,
Floods will wash away
All these unnatural shapes,
And I will celebrate,
I won’t belong to this broken ghost anymore

We can sail away
Atop impending waves,
We don’t have to stay
To greet the end of days,
We can start anew,
Us kids are fated to build it better than before

I walked to the fractured sidewalk
Where the dandelions grow,
In the shadows of vacant palaces
Consumed by vines and mold

I felt the end was here
(I don’t want to die for this)

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