Tag Archives: pacifism

For James Morris Lawson Jr. (1928-2024)

A free man thinks of death least of all things, and his wisdom is a meditation of life, not of death. Baruch Spinoza, The Ethics I think that we have to lay the seeds by which we can take government … Continue reading

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The geopolitics of carnage

By Frédéric Neyrat (of the collective Contre-Ciel), published in lundi matin #425 (22/04/2024) That we can no longer say “free Palestine” without being qualified as terrorists, that the signifier Palestine is now banned, is often interpreted as a “fascist” or … Continue reading

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For a revolution of values

For Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) … Reflection On Doctor King Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin I am not one of a number of persons and commentators who come merely to hypocritically give salutations to Dr. King, … Continue reading

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For Osvaldo Bayer

… libertarian socialism is the way…or as I prefer to say, libertarian solidarism, that’s where we can find the essence of a better world, the essence of a society formed from the grass roots up, through the people’s discussion, the … Continue reading

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Rethinking Anarchism: Carlos Taibo (7)

What follows below is the 7th Chapter of Carlos Taibo’s Rethinking Anarchy: Direct Action, Self-Management, Autonomy (La Catarata, Madrid, 2013).  This chapter addresses the mutual influences between anarchism and feminism, radical ecology and pacifism/anti-militarism.  We have already translated and posted the … Continue reading

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