Lean Logic does not conform.
It is a community of essays about inventive, cooperative self-reliance in the face of great uncertainty.
Lean Logic acknowledges, with honesty, the challenges ahead in finding our way out of an economy that has all but destroyed the very foundations upon which it depends - the climate, the complex ecological system and the community and culture which gives meaning to life.
But rather than inducing despair, Lean Logic is rare in its ability to inspire optimism in the creativity and intelligence of humans to nurse our ecology back to health, to rediscover the importance of place and play, of community and culture, and of reciprocity and resilience.
It is not a book to read from start to finish. Begin in the middle, with something, anything, that sparks your interest, and let the signposts pull you through a chaotic web of ideas, brimming with humour and originality, with elegance and contradiction.
Lean Logic is a dictionary of empowerment.
Copies of Lean Logic can be purchased for £30 for one copy or, for two copies or more, £25 per copy.
Postage and packing in the UK is £5 per copy.
Lean Logic is printed in a hardback first edition of 736 pages, comprising David’s final draft, comprehensive footnotes, bibliography, references and many wonderful wood cuts and illustrations. All proceeds from sales are used to promote David’s work and passions, including TEQs (see below).
The preferred ordering process is to email firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the desired number of copies, delivery address and payment method (cheque or online bank transfer). Alternatively, orders can be placed via Paypal:A copy of Lean Logic has been deposited with the British Library and can also be requested through libraries by quoting ISBN: 9-780-955-084966
TEQs (Tradable Energy Quotas)