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Chile’s revolution and the Mapuche

This is the seventh and last of a short series that we dedicate to the memory of Chile’s revolutionaries on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1973 military coup d’état against the Chilean revolution and the government of … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Apocalypse: An Indigenous Anti-Futurist Manifesto

…This is a transmission from a future that will not happen. From a people who do not exist… Rethinking the Apocalypse: An Indigenous Anti-Futurist Manifesto “The end is near. Or has it come and gone before?” An ancestor Why can … Continue reading

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B. Traven For Beginners

We share an excellent article dedicated to the remarkable life and work of the anarchist writer B. Traven, published at The Transmetropolitan Review (22/09/2022), in what may be called an act of remembering for our times … Reviews of my … Continue reading

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Jesse Cohn: Demodernizing Anarchism

Decolonising anarchism, according to Jesse Cohn, amounts to freeing it from its modernist assumptions: that culture is opposed to nature, that human culture progresses by an expanding autonomy from the heteronomy of nature, a progress grounded in the technological dominion … Continue reading

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Revolution of Fungal Life

Autonomies has always been much more of a crossroads, and at times, a place of confluence, of thoughts and testimonials of action, of practice and of ways of life, than an ideologically centred collective. If its genealogy harks back to … Continue reading

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