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Agustín García Calvo: For those who asked about utopias

With a little inspiration from lundi matin … If everyone were able to look closely within themselves, they would realise that everyone from below is mad, that we are all mad, and that we live, from below, in a very … Continue reading

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Rebelling against reality: Agustin García Calvo

Agustin García Calvo's works, creations, continue to live and to animate others.  His wisdom now acts as a source, from which many can draw sustenance.  Having earlier marked his passing (Agustin García Calvo: His passing and his presence), we now … Continue reading

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Agustín García Calvo: His passing and his presence

Agustín García Calvo died this last Thursday, the 1st of November.  He was poet, dramaturge, essayist, translator, philosopher; a man of many faces, an anarchist.  For those whom he touched, he will be missed.  But having created so much, part … Continue reading

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Poetry against the state

From Lundi Matin (#420, 18/03/2024), we share below an interview with Luis Andrés Bredlow and a memorial to him by Anselm Jappe (Lundi Matin #115, 30/09/2017) after Bredlow’s death. Our hope is that these may serve as a modest introduction … Continue reading

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Amador Fernández-Savater: The rebelliousness of non-knowing

A reflection on radical thought and politics – or thought and politics tout court – as grounded in non-knowing … To think, so as to be able to breathe Amador Fernández-Savater (Lobo suelto! 07/12/2019) There is a crack in everything, … Continue reading

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Of trees and of men

From lundi matin #209 (23/09/2019): further reflections on Capital’s ecocide (in translation) … Two weeks ago, lundi matin published a beautiful text by Alessi Dell’Umbria on the subject of extractivism in general and the Amazon fires in particular:La terre brûlée … Continue reading

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Tomás Ibáñez: “One never takes power, it is power which takes us”

On the occasion of the publication of Tomás Ibáñez’ book, Anarquismo es movimiento, we republish below, in translation, an interview with him that appeared in La Marea (29/06/2014): a reading of contemporary anarchism.

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15M: A Cartography of the Spanish Revolution 22

A marcha popular até Madrid 23/24 Julho/the march on Madrid 23/24 July …

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