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Anarchism, geography and the politics of space IV: Simon Springer’s postfraternal embrace of David Harvey
For anarchists, as the insurrectionary ethos moves through a community, it mobilizes political power by circulating ideas and making room for voluntary association. Such a view of power isn’t actually individualist, but rather it’s necessarily a relational assemblage, where the … Continue reading
… let radical geography be just that: radical geography, free of any particular “ism”, nothing more, nothing less. David Harvey We have little or no interest in polemics. But differences of perception, thought, forms of life, when they happen or … Continue reading
As a political philosophy, anarchism fully appreciates the processual nature of space, where the politics of waiting—for the revolution, for the withering away of the state, for the stages of history to pass—are all rejected in favor of the realism … Continue reading
My view of anarchism is consequently integral, whereby I think everything is connected to everything else, not in a universalizing sense, but as a processual unfolding in the way that Doreen Massey encourages us to think about space. To eradicate fascism … Continue reading
David Harvey continues to explore the violence of capitalism with an impressive lucidity and determination. And though his work has always been informed by a profound moral and political commitment, perhaps never has this been more evident than in the … Continue reading
Las Palmas, ontem/Las Palmas, yesterday … a policia!!!