Nick Land

Nick Land (born 17 January 1962) is an English philosopher, theorist, short story writer and blogger. He has been described as "the father of accelerationism", and his work has been tied to the development of speculative realism. He was a leader of the 1990s "theory-fiction" collective Cybernetic Culture Research Unit after its original founder cyberfeminist theorist Sadie Plant departed from it. His work departs from the formal conventions of academic writing and embraces a wide range of influences, as well as exploring unorthodox and "dark" philosophical interests.

Land is also known for later developing the anti-egalitarian and anti-democratic ideas behind neo-reaction and the Dark Enlightenment. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Land, Nick, 1962-
Falmouth, United Kingdom : New York, NY : Urbanomic ; Sequence Press, 2017
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by Land, Nick, 1962-
London ; New York : Routledge, 1992

by Einarsson, Gardar Eide, 1976-
Berlin : Sternberg Press, 2013
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