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Für das Leben, gegen den Tod/For life, against death

From Freedom News (12/03/2024) … Writing from Vienna, Christopher Hütmannsberger grapples with the current state of confusion in the German-speaking Left around the genocide currently unfolding in Gaza and argues that this is a litmus test for understanding how people … Continue reading

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Gary Snyder and Wild Anarchism

For Gary Snyder To be truly free one must take on the basic conditions as they are—painful, impermanent, open, imperfect—and then be grateful for impermanence and the freedom it grants us. Gary Snyder, The Etiquette of Freedom There is an … Continue reading

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Anarchic movement: Ambulations in thought after Steve Paxton

When we linger in the borderland on purpose, we become our own experiment. Steve Paxton, Drafting Interior Techniques How do you know you aren’t improvising? Steve Paxton, Gravity A reflection inspired by a performance of Steve Paxton’s Flat and Satisfyin … Continue reading

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