Monthly Archives: February 2017
Political scientists, commentators, journalists tell us that we live in an age of renewed nationalist populism; that against the rational, geopolitical management of global economic agencies, conservative-reactionary political movements threaten to upset the conditions of economic and social progress with … Continue reading
From Roarmag collective (26/01/2017), a reflection on the ZAD of Notre-Dame-des-Landes by Martin Legall, a pre-figuarative struggle for autonomy …
We share below a reflection by Ruymán Rodríguez of the Federación de Anarquistas Gran Canaria on the limits of an anarchism exclusively thought in terms of anti-statism and anti-capitalism.
What is anti-capitalism? What distinguishes anarchist anti-capitalism from other “competing” social-political projects? Whatever answers are forthcoming to such questions, at the heart of any anti-capitalism is an “alternative economy”. What this in turn amounts to has been a matter of … Continue reading