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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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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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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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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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