An anthropological analysis of education, this book is the first to examine the root cause of contemporary pedagogical systems from a truly comparative and interdisciplinary perspective. This confluence of ethology and anthropology reveals that the very category “human” is a requirement of civilization contingent on domestication and submission to structural violence at the root of civilized pedagogical practices.
“[This book] is a monument to our sense and original thinking.”
— John Taylor Gatto, author of Weapons of Mass Instruction
“This book provides an extremely stimulating analysis of the divisions and debilities engineered upon kids. … Wild Children - Domesticated Dreams is a hugely important work!”
— John Zerzan, author of Running on Emptiness