Yearly Archives: 2018

The anarchy of beauty: Annie Le Brun

  There is no very evident use in beauty; the necessity of it for cultural purposes is not apparent, and yet civilization could not do without it. The science of aesthetics investigates the conditions in which things are regarded as beautiful; it … Continue reading

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The rebel as passer-smuggler: A footballers’ lesson

pasador, ra 1. adj. Que pasa de una parte a otra. 2. adj.Dicho de una persona: Que pasa contrabando de un país a otro. Playing with the polysemy of the spanish word “pasador”, Amador Fernández-Savater offers us the picture of the rebel as a … Continue reading

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Love and revolution: A film by Yannis Youlountas

We share below Yannis Youlountas most recent documentary film-testimony of struggles for autonomy in greece.  In letting those who are directly engaged in these struggles speak for themselves, his work offers a glimpse of what served as a title for … Continue reading

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Nicaragua: A rebellion at a crossroads

The Crimethinc collective continues to provide a precious window on events in nicaragua, for english speakers.  We share below there latest article-report on the nicaraguan rebellion …

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Terror’s Atomization of Man: Leo Löwenthal

Horror and fears contain us in a world that we do not want, and impede us from acceding to interruptive encounters that regenerate our existence.  To participate in the exercise of clearing obstructions means first to not offer up our … Continue reading

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Brazil’s undeclared war against dissidence

The State’s repression of dissent continues apace in brazil, this time targeting those who protested against the 2014 FIFA world cup of football.  This is but an episode, however, one more, in a politics that no longer hides behind any … Continue reading

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Viva Bresci!

Remembering Gaetano Bresci, with the Crimethinc. collective …

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The subjects of capital: A critique of narcissism

Capitalism produces human subjectivities, as it produces commodities.  Without this capacity, its underlying social relations would be unsustainable. Motivated by our own reflections, we share below an essay that was recently posted on the french based palim-psao website (a site … Continue reading

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Notes from underground: Dostoyevsky’s anarchism

“What is hell?”  And I am reasoning thus: “The suffering that comes from the consciousness that one is no longer able to love.” Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Karamazov   “It is life, life that matters, life alone – the continuous and … Continue reading

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Beyond Negativity: What Comes After Gender Nihilism? – Alyson Escalante

(photographs by Mike Disfarmer)   Subvert the social and civil order! Aye, I would destroy, to the last vestige, this mockery of order, this travesty upon justice! Break up the home? Yes, every home that rests on slavery! Every marriage … Continue reading

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