Tag Archives: Raúl Zibechi

On non-state power: Raúl Zibechi

Collective labor underpins the commons, and is the true material base that produces and reproduces living communities, based on relations of reciprocity and mutual help rather than the hierarchical and individualized relations at the core of state institutions. The community … Continue reading

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Autonomy as societies in movement: Raúl Zibechi

Autonomy and difference go hand in hand, because autonomy implies that people have the right to govern themselves completely, “to determine their own form of government, their own sociocultural practices, and their own economic organization” (Díaz Polanco and Sánchez 2002, 45). This point … Continue reading

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The complete domination of time: Raúl Zibechi

We share below, in translation,  a reflection by uruguayan essayist and activist Raúl Zibechi (La Jornada 07/08/2015) on the contemporary political paradigm of the concentration camp. With references to historian Josep Fontana  and philosopher Giorgio Agamben, the short essay serves … Continue reading

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