The Enragés: Know Thine Enemy with Cathy Reisenwitz
On the 21st installment of The Enragés, host Eric Fleischmann was joined by Cathy Reisenwitz (@CathyReisenwitz) to discuss her 2014 article Know Thine Enemy: Political Ignorance and Libertarianism (https://c4ss.org/content/28154).  Cathy Reisenwitz runs the Sex and the State newsletter on Substack and has bylines in TechCrunch, The Week, VICE, Daily Beast, and other fine publications. Support…
The Enragés: Anarcha-Genderism with Selena Q. Rose
For the 20th installment of The Enragés, host Eric Fleischmann was joined by Selena Q. Rose (@anarcho_gender) to discuss Selena’s articles How State Power Perpetuates Transphobic Violence (https://c4ss.org/content/56360) and Gender Anarchism: Tearing Down the Gender Hierarchy (https://c4ss.org/content/54814).  Selena Q. Rose (she/they) is a nonbinary transgender woman and a market anarchist who advocates for the…
The Enragés: A Shared Future with Logan Marie Glitterbomb
​​For the (very delayed) 19th installment of The Enragés, host Eric Fleischmann was joined by Logan Glitterbomb (@MakhnoTits) to discuss Logan’s article Libraries Offer a Model for the Sharing Economy (https://c4ss.org/content/55523).  A Catholic anarchist-without-adjectives, Logan Marie discovered anarchism through the punk scene in high school and went on to join the Industrial Workers of…
The Enragés: Ecology and the Ego with Aaron Koek
For the 17th installment of The Enragés, host Eric Fleischmann met with Aaron Koek (@Blackstarblog) to discuss Aaron’s article The Social Ecology of Egoism (https://c4ss.org/content/56043). Aaron Koek is a blog writer who discusses the historical, political, philosophical, and social aspects within anarchism. They have been writing since 2014 and hope to contribute to the wider…
Apology from The Enragés
[Hear Eric Fleischmann’s apology on this episode of The Enragés] In the very first episode of The Enragés that I hosted, I interviewed Andrew Kemle on his article “Libertarianism versus Psychopathic Dumbfuckery,” in which he criticizes the destructive pandemic policies of so-called libertarian politicians like Rand Paul as being similar to psychopathy. It was soon after pointed…
The Enragés: Typologies, Patterns, and Heuristics with Dawie Coetzee
​​For the 16th installment of The Enragés, host Eric Fleischmann met with Dawie Coetzee to discuss Dawie’s article Towards Prefigurative Design (https://c4ss.org/content/56371). Dawie Coetzee is a former architect based in Cape Town, South Africa. He has described his position as roughly where the anarchic end of Chestertonian Distributism overlaps the individualist end of Proudhonian Mutualism….
The Enragés: Credit As an Enclosed Commons with Kevin Carson
For the 15th installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson (@NalevoA3) met once again with Kevin Carson (@CPostcapitalism) to discuss Kevin’s two-part article series titled “Credit As an Enclosed Commons” (https://c4ss.org/content/52718) and “Credit As an Enclosed Commons, Part II” (https://c4ss.org/content/53425). Kevin Carson is a senior fellow of the Center for a Stateless Society (c4ss.org) and…
The Enragés: Psychopathic Dumbfuckery with Andrew Kemle
[This episode has been removed from public listing. See Andrew’s apology here and Eric’s apology here.] For the 15th episode/14th installment of The Enragés, host Eric Fleischmann met with Andrew Kemle (@SadKemle) to discuss Andrew’s article titled Libertarianism vs Psychopathic Dumbfuckery or The Difference between Libertarianism and Psychopathic Dumbfuckery (https://c4ss.org/content/54821).  Andrew is a master’s student in…
The Enragés: Boycotting Bad People with William Gillis
For the 13th installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with William Gillis to discuss Will’s article titled “Bad People: Irredeemable Individuals & Structural Incentives.” William Gillis is a second-generation anarchist, lapsed physicist, and transhumanist, who has been interested in the egalitarian potential of markets since 2003. Will is the former Lead coordinator at…
The Enragés: Repel the Collective Machine with Shane Ross
For the 12th installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Shane Ross to discuss their article titled “Malicious Faux-Individualism and Market Anti-Capitalism.” Shane is a Taoist, anarchist, and mutualist writer based in the twin cities.
The Enragés: Investigating Israel and Palestine with Sheldon Richman
In this eleventh episode of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson meets with prolific writer Sheldon Richman to discuss Zionism, the state of Israel, and whether or not there is hope for Palestinian freedom. Sheldon Richman is a writer, editor, pipe smoker, free thinker, libertarian market anarchist, grouser, and flosser. Author of six books, including “What…
The Enragés: To Build a Better Future with Darian Worden
For the tenth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Darian Worden to discuss their article titled “Go Forward to Freedom” that was published as the Center for a Stateless Society on May 24th, 2021. Darian Worden is a News Analyst, libertarian mutualist, writer and historian whose website can be found at DarianWorden.com….
The Enragés: Libertarian Anticapitalism with Rad Geek
For the ninth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Rad Geek to discuss his left-libertarian classic article titled “Libertarian Anticapitalism.”  Rad Geek (Charles Johnson) is an individualist anarchist technologist and “sometimes writer”, living in the Deep South. He researches topics in the history and theory of radical individualism, left-libertarianism, and market anarchism,…
The Enragés: Libertarians for Redistribution with Gary Chartier
For the eighth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Gary Chartier to discuss Gary’s left-libertarian classic, “Libertarians for Redistribution.“ Gary Chartier is Distinguished Professor of Law and Business Ethics at La Sierra University, a senior fellow of the Center for a Stateless Society, and is the author, editor, or co-editor of fourteen…
The Enragés: The Pursuit of Abolition with Nathan Goodman
For the seventh installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Nathan Goodman to discuss their article titled Abolition: An Economist’s Perspective. This article is a contribution to an upcoming C4SS anthology called Total Abolition: Police, Prisons, Borders, Empire. Tune in to learn how economics can contribute to the pursuit of abolition, and how…
The Enragés: The Monster That Exists with Jaimine
For the sixth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Jaimine to discuss his piece “Social Statism called Caste.“ Without fearing the consequences, Jaimine writes boldly on a variety of topics including culture, hindutva, and economics. Jaimine made a political splash after spray painting “Taxation is Theft” on public walls in Mumbai, India,…
The Enragés: Embracing the Implications of Statelessness
For the fifth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Spooky to discuss two of their articles that are a part of an ongoing series. The first is titled “Vulgar Anarcho-Communism: Pacifying Anti- Statism” and the second, “Vulgar Anarcho-Communism: What Left Unity Conceals.” Spooky is a queer anarchist without adjectives, an egoist, former…
The Enragés: Next Time the Pendulum Swings
For the fourth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with the Tech Learning Collective to talk about their article “Imagining an Optimistic Cyber-Future,” which is a creative exploration of radical strategies for a liberatory techno future. They also explore the impetus behind Tech Learning Collective and even offer some practical advice for those…
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,…
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” (Renamed “The End is the Beginning: Anarchist Abolitionism as Communicative Creation”). The conversation spans from the juxtaposition of violence and communication to the influence of violent institutions upon…
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