For the intellectual-historical foundations of Accelerationism there’s one obvious place to go.
A search for its conceptual foundations, however, allows of short cuts. This is one of them (and an extraordinarily valuable one).
Yudkowsky does not write of ‘acceleration’ but of “returns on cognitive reinvestment” as the basic problem of “intelligence explosion microeconomics”. The topic is quite clearly identical.
The explosion of ethico-political anguish around the Accelerationist thesis tends to obscure the fundamental conceptual issues. This paper is a crucial corrective.