Tag Archives: anti-capitalism

In solidarity with Vincenzo Vecchi and all imprisoned anarchists

News of the arrest of Vincenzo Vecchi in france last week reminds all of us yet again of the determination of State authorities to silence and criminalise dissidence, by whatever means available. Vecchi was finally condemned by italian courts in … Continue reading

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André Gorz: An apology for a radical ecology

Amidst the multiplication of news of our ecological catastrophe, of proliferating extinction rebellions and proposed green new deals, and inspired by a recent posting by the lundi matin collective, we return to a seminal essay by André Gorz entitled “Their … Continue reading

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Looting Back: An Account of the Ferguson Uprising

From the CrimethInc. Collective (09/08/2019) …

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The commodity and the making of “woman”

Voices of revolutionary feminism … If we have little interest in the scholasticism and the baroque arcana of contemporary marxist theoretical debates, the wealth of marxist theory can be neither dismissed nor ignored. And debates around marxist inspired feminism are … Continue reading

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Italy: Autonomist feminism

Hence we must refuse housework as women’s work, as work imposed upon us, which we never invented, which has never been paid for, in which they have forced us to cope with absurd hours, 12 and 13 a day, in … Continue reading

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Sabotaging gender, feminism and capital

We share below an essay by a friend of Autonomies, a conference paper presented at the CIEG II International Congress: Gender, Feminist and Woman’s Studies: Reflexivity, Resistance and Action (July 24-26), at the ISCSP – Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais … Continue reading

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Looking back-forward at the gilets jaunes: A taking stock

We share an unfinished debate on the yellow vests’ movement, on what is or was radical within it, and where it failed, if indeed it did so. Our caution here is dictated by the different positions in the exchange below. … Continue reading

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Jacques Rancière: The singularity of rebellion and autonomy

Démocratie veut dire d’abord cela : un gouvernement anarchique, fondé sur rien d’autre que sur l’absence de tout titre à gouverner. Jacques Rancière, La haine de la démocratie To share, the always timely reflections of Jacques Rancière. A question arises … Continue reading

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Beyond violence and non-violence: Peter Gelderloos

… nonviolence, in its current manifestations, is based on falsified histories of struggle. It has implicit and explicit connections to white people’s manipulations of the struggles of people of color. Its methods are wrapped in authoritarian dynamics, and its results … Continue reading

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For William Van Spronsen: In memoriam

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