Tag: Class Struggle
Filsafat Ekonomi bagi Pekerja yang Bertindak Berdasarkan Kepentingan Sendiri
Oleh:  Trevor Hauge. Teks aslinya berjudul “Economic Philosophy for the Self-Interested Worker”. Diterjemahkan ke dalam Bahasa Indonesia oleh Sachadru Diambil dari Anarchy or Ceaserism Saya telah membaca ulang Road to Revolution karya Avrahm Yarmolinksi. Ini adalah salah satu buku favorit saya tentang sejarah radikal. Saya secara kebetulan menemukannya sekitar tahun dua ribu tujuh belas, hanya…
Economic Philosophy for the Self-Interested Worker
I’ve been re-reading Avrahm Yarmolinksi’s Road to Revolution. It’s one of my favorite books on radical history. I happened to stumble upon it by chance sometime in twenty seventeen, a mere year after first self identifying with anarchism. Back then, while I never totally identified with anarcho-communism, I was adjacent to that as I primarily…
The Individual in Marxist (and Proudhonian) Social Analysis
One of the main obstacles for a libertarian, even left-libertarian, appreciation of Marxian analysis is the assumption that it necessarily denies any role for the individual to play in both material struggle and general social analysis, leaving that entirely to mass class concepts like the proletariat, lumpenproletariat, bourgeoisie, etc. In contrast, libertarians right and left…
The Answer to the Culture War
The drama of the so-called “culture wars” picked up recently with Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene calling for a “national divorce” over supposed entrenched cultural issues. Setting aside how this would be a terrible deal for red states, how fundamentally unworkable the idea is (what happens to blue cities inside red states), or how bad a…
​​Market Anarchist Plus: Our Plan of Work
Market anarchism, as defined by Center for a Stateless Society, is the “advocacy of replacing the state with civil society while pointing to free market economics to explain the workability and/or desirability of such.” This ideology has very rarely if ever supported a sizable movement on its own and instead has, according to Charles Johnson…
We Are All Agorists Now
Transfer of Power Arguably the most powerful person in the United States (even rivaling the POTUS), Ben S. Bernanke, has left the Federal Reserve. Since 2006 he has sought to make the economy his marionette. Fed policies, under his direction, worked to manage a collapsed housing market, busted mortgage industry and the 2008 global financial crisis –…
Anarchy and Democracy
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Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
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