The Enragés: Infinite Possible Vectors of Progress
For the third installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson interviews Rai Ling, an Anarchist Without Adjectives interested in economics and markets. This episode explores their article, “Scarcity and Abundance Under Anarchism” which was originally published at the Center for a Stateless Society on May 24th, 2020. The piece is an exploration of how anarchic,…
Green Market Agorist Episode 11: From Police Officer to Police Abolitionist (feat. That Dang Dad)
We’re excited to have Logan Glitterbomb’s Green Market Agorist podcast on the C4SS line-up this year! Check out the most recent episode — released in conjunction with the Coup de Gras festival earlier this month — below. You can subscribe to the Green Market Agorist podcast on Anchor or Spotify,  but we’ll be also be sharing episodes…
The Enragés: Dragons to Slay
In the second episode of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson discusses with Eric Fleischmann their recent piece for C4SS “The End Is the Beginning: Abolition as Communicative Creation.” The conversation spans from the juxtaposition of violence and communication to the influence of violent institutions upon people to the importance of the dialectical method to the existing and…
New Podcasts at C4SS: The Outgroup and Green Market Agorist
Big things are happening in the world of C4SS audio content! We’ve got a new show joining the lineup — Logan Glitterbomb’s Green Market Agorist podcast, previously unaffiliated, will now be supported by the C4SS podcast team, and available here on the site and on Patreon.  And we’ve updated our Patron-only round table show with…
Green Market Agorist Episode 10: The Cryptocurrency Revolution (feat. George Donnelly)
This month on the Green Market Agorist podcast, I interviewed cryptocurrency legend George Donnelly about bitcoin, bitcoin cash, agorism, privacy, and his upcoming appearance at Coup de Gras, which he recently ended up sponsoring. So be sure to check out the Green Market Agorist podcast on Anchor or Spotify and check out the trailer for the Coup…
The Enragés: No Bosses, No Landlords, No Bureaucrats!
In this first episode of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson sits down with Kevin Carson to discuss Kevin’s recent piece on the Center for a Stateless Society website “The Myth of the Private Sector, Part I: Why Big-Small and Vertical-Horizontal Trumps ‘Public-Private’”—a conversion that spans from the role of government interference in the scale and structure…
Bonus Episode: Camilo Gomez on Peru’s Presidential Crisis
Hey everyone, this is a special Season 2 bonus episode with a new focus we’re trying out: C4SS around the world. Our network is a truly global one and if this is content y’all enjoy, I’d like to do a short series spotlighting some of the brilliant people we’re connected to outside of the U.S….
New C4SS Podcast: The Enragés
Center for a Stateless Society is proud to announce the beginning of a brand new podcast christened The Enragés, which will feature questions and casual conversations with authors about recent pieces they’ve published on the C4SS site. In comparison to Mutual Exchange Radio, this podcast will focus exclusively on the specific works of authors on…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Yusuf Mahmood on the Capitol Coup Attempt
To kick off Season 3, we brought on YouTuber Yusuf Mahmood for a timely interview on the events in the capital on January 6th. Yusuf grew up in the Baltimore area and recently graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with two degrees in economics and philosophy. He has long been an activist…
Green Market Agorist Episode 9: C4SS Holiday Special (feat. Alex McHugh)
In case you haven’t already heard, I have been hosting the Green Market Agorist podcast and YouTube/Bitchute channel in addition to my writings here at C4SS. My solo video output is sporadic at best but I keep a steady schedule with podcasts being released on the 15th of every month. This month I was joined by our…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Aurora Apolito and William Gillis, Part II
This episode is Part II of a two-part interview with Aurora Apolito and William Gillis, two of the lead contributors to our summer symposium on Decentralization and Economic Coordination. Listen to Part I here, or on Spotify, iTunes, and Stitcher. Aurora Apolito is a mathematician and theoretical physicist. She studied physics in Italy and mathematics in Chicago, and…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Aurora Apolito and William Gillis, Part I
This episode is Part I of a two-part interview with Aurora Apolito and William Gillis, two of the lead contributors to our summer symposium on Decentralization and Economic Coordination. Listen to Part II here.  Aurora Apolito is a mathematician and theoretical physicist. She studied physics in Italy and mathematics in Chicago, and later worked for various scientific institutions…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Aria DiMezzo – Satanic Trans Anarchist for Sheriff
Joining us today is Aria DiMezzo. Aria is a candidate running for sheriff in Cheshire County in New Hampshire as a Republican. Even though, at first glance, it may seem odd we have a Republican candidate for sheriff on our anarchist show, you’ll soon be able to shed light unto this mystery. Aria is neither…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Emmi Bevensee on Decentralization and Economic Coordination
Joining us today is Emmi Bevensee. Emmi is a senior fellow at the Center for a Stateless Society and currently organizing the Mutual Exchange Symposium on Decentralization and Economic Coordination. They identify as a solarpunk mutualist and research disinformation and fascism on the internet as a Mozilla Open Web fellow and data scientist. In this…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Akiva Malamet on Nationalism and Identity Formation
Akiva Malamet is completing his BA in Government at the  Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) in Israel. He is an incoming MA student in Philosophy and a member of the interdisciplinary program in Political and Legal Thought (PLT) at Queen’s University, Kingston, and Frédéric Bastiat Fellow in political economy and public policy with the Mercatus Center…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Two Episodes!
Please pardon our absence! As you can probably guess, the pandemic and related stresses led to a bump in our production schedule. But now, we’re back on track — and have two fresh episodes to boot… First, check out our interview with Libertarian Party presidential hopeful Vermin Supreme. You might know Vermin as the candidate…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Jason Lee Byas on Methodological Anarchism
Our next episode is with C4SS fellow Jason Lee Byas. Jason is also a PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Michigan and his academic work focuses on punishment (and its alternatives), rights theory, and justice beyond the state. Today, we discussed some recent work he’s been doing on “methodological anarchist” approaches to political…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Vermin Supreme on Ponynomics
Here’s our interview with Libertarian Party presidential hopeful Vermin Supreme. You might know Vermin as the candidate from the last few election cycles who ran on a platform of free ponies and mandatory tooth brushing, or you might just know him as that guy with a boot on his head. But this year, he’s running…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Joel Williamson on Pragmatic Anarchism
Joining me today is Joel Williamson of Non Serviam media. Joel is an individualist anarchist from Texas who has been involved in different activist projects over the years. These projects range from fundraising to support political prisoners such as Ross Ulbricht, organizing “counter-economic farmers markets, and engaging in varied direct action efforts. His activism has…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Roderick Long on Class Theory
You can now subscribe to Mutual Exchange Radio on iTunes, Stitcher, and Spotify. This month’s discussion at the C4SS podcast Mutual Exchange centers around Long’s work on libertarian class theory, as well as the normative concerns that rise out of such a theory on balancing distributive and relational justice concerns with individual liberty. As we…
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