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Félix Guattari: Self-Management and Narcissism

Self-Management and Narcissism Self-management, like any order word, can be combined with anything: from Lapassade to de Gaulle, from the CFDT [French Democratic Confederation of Labor] to anarchists. To speak of self-management itself, without any context, is a myth. It … Continue reading

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Félix Guattari: We Are All Groupuscules

We are almost tempted to call this and our next post – two short essays by Félix Guattari written in the wake of May 68 in france – “lessons for anarchists”. However we do not pretend to teach anyone, for … Continue reading

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Alain Badiou: Thirteen theses and some comments on politics today

What is the communist hypothesis? In its generic sense, given in its canonic Manifesto, ‘communist’ means, first, that the logic of class—the fundamental subordination of labour to a dominant class, the arrangement that has persisted since Antiquity—is not inevitable; it can … Continue reading

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Gáspár Miklós Tamás: Between Rousseau and Marx

… what happens if one seriously tries to complete Marx’s project of developing, as he put it in an early essay, a “ruthless critique of everything that exists.” The likely result is a picture of the world so relentlessly bleak … Continue reading

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For Gáspár Miklós Tamás (1948-2023)

The Romanian-born Hungarian philosopher and political activist Gáspár Miklos Tamás died this last January 15th. In three posts, we celebrate his discernment, his wisdom and his ethical-political engagements, regardless of whatever differences we may have with his work. Below, a … Continue reading

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Utopia?

Words of Ghassan Salhab, lebanese filmmaker and writer (from lundi matin #365 09/01/2023) … What remains to be said or done once everything has been said, analysed, dissected of the humiliation that power and its mechanisms represent for everyone? From … Continue reading

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The Syrian revolution: Bearing witness to the impossible

We share below a reflection on and, in its own way, a testimonial of the Syrian revolution, by Catherine Coquio (Lundi Matin #137, March 12, 2018). This is followed by a more recent video recorded interview with her (in french), … Continue reading

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Franco “Bifo” Berardi: On the mutation of desire

On the mutation of desire Franco “Bifo” Berardi (Nero 15/12/2022 – Lobo Suelto! 23/12/2022) I started reading Félix Guattari in 1974. I was in a barracks in southern Italy, when military service was compulsory for young men of sound mind … Continue reading

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Ukraine: Anarchists organising themselves in the face of war

The Lundi Matin collective in france has initiated a video news series dedicated to meeting and covering resistance movements around the world, to examine the reasons for engagement. We share their first report below. (For those unfamiliar with french – … Continue reading

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For Hebe de Bonafini (1928-2022) and the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo

Those who have lost whom they love, those who say “I have a right to cry, and I still don’t cry because I need to know where and how my loved ones died”, are linking demands for justice with the … Continue reading

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