Tag: revolution
Nessun Complotto Capitalista Dietro i Problemi dell’azione Collettiva
Di Frank Miroslav. Originale pubblicato il 2 aprile 2022 con il titolo Why Collective Action Problems Are Not a Capitalist Plot. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Perché dalla ragione individuale a quella collettiva non è un passo Un vecchio chiodo fisso dell’estrema sinistra è che l’assenza di attività radicali è colpa di qualche soggetto collettivo che,…
Pourquoi les problèmes d’action collective ne sont pas des complots capitalistes
Frank Miroslav. Article original: Why Collective Action Problems Are Not a Capitalist Plot. Traduction française par anonyme. Sur l’importance de passer de la rationalité individuelle à la rationalité collective Un incontournable de la gauche radicale est de blâmer l’absence d’activité radicale, par un sujet collectif particulier perçu comme ayant un potentiel, sur quelques subterfuges capitalistes….
Por qué los problemas de acción colectiva no son un complot capitalista
Frank Miroslav. Artículo original: Why Collective Action Problems Are Not a Capitalist Plot, del 2 de abril de 2022. Traducido al español por Camila Figueroa. Sobre la no trivialidad de pasar de la racionalidad individual a la colectiva Ha sido un pilar de la izquierda radical durante mucho tiempo culpar de la falta de actividad…
Why Collective Action Problems Are Not a Capitalist Plot
On the Non-Triviality of Going from Individual to Collective Rationality It’s been a mainstay of the radical left for a long time to blame the lack of radical activity by whatever particular collective subject they believe to have potential on some sort of capitalist subterfuge. The various arguments for what exactly happened range considerably, but…
Insurrection or Revolution?
Insurrection or Revolution? The ethical politics of Stirner’s egoism At a time when the grand narrative of Revolution that we inherited from modernity and the rationalist discourses of the Enlightenment has all but broken down, what alternatives are there for conceptualising radical transformation? Despite the lack of an organised revolutionary class or movement, the left…
¿Es la “anarquía” inherente al anarquismo?
De Bent Delbeke. Título original: Is “Anarchy” Inherent to Anarchism? de 30 de agosto 2021. Traducido al español por Antonio J. Ferrer. El vocabulario político del “ciudadano” moderno promedio en occidente es muy limitado. Hay huecos léxicos en todos lados, y especialmente al hablar de conceptos meta-políticos. Y con el anarquismo, este hueco es aún…
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John Harbour Devlin. Título original: yr highness, de 21 de noviembre de 2020. Traducido al español por Camila Figueroa. Este poema forma parte de nuestro artículo de poesía de otoño de 2020, “La rabia es una emoción positiva”. ¿Y si la tuya es una canción revolucionaria que representa estas mil flores floreciendo y podemos mirar…
Is “Anarchy” Inherent to Anarchism?
The political vocabulary of the average modern western “civilian” is quite limited. There are lexical gaps everywhere, and certainly when talking about meta-political concepts. And with anarchism, this is even greater, as it is a unique paradigm, and a shift towards a new way of conceiving human nature. Anarchism, for a lot of people who…
Board Game Review: Bloc by Bloc
For better or worse, board games tend to be a popular form of entertainment in radical spaces, and yet there are precious few games that explicitly deal with anarchist ideas. For those exhausted by games glorifying nationalistic conquest, monopoly capitalism, and settler colonialism, Bloc by Bloc: The Insurrection Game may offer a breath of refreshing…
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what if yours is a revolutionary song that represents these thousand flowers blooming and we can look up at you all christ-eyed, skeletal with a green-screen or maybe a thorned god with ashen hooves? it’s mad that there could be a generation that finally sees all nation-states as bastard children. it’s mad that there could…
The Tricky Business of Violence
The tricky business of violence against the state (or other systems of power) is really defined by two questions: When is violence acceptable and justifiable on principle, and when is it the best tactic to achieve your goal? There are times when violence is both justifiable and strategically useful. However, there are also times when…
A Letter to Conservatives
Oh dear, conservatives, you’ve been looking kinda confused and down recently. What a bind you’ve gotten yourselves into! You instinctively and viscerally oppose the popular uprising against the police state. But everything you can point to was done in the American revolution. It’s helpful if you curate your feeds to see only the worst examples…
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The following is part of the 2019 May Poetry Feature at C4SS. I could make a color chart For the melodies we sing But I’m sure there’s no piece of art For the comfort which you bring Harmony and passion could kill a king Tearing down these walls they built And arriving as this being…
Revolt: Authoritarian or Libertarian?
Perhaps one of the more striking attacks against libertarian thought is the claim that it, like all other political insights, is just another variation of authority. This argument is exemplified by Engels’ “On Authority” in which he argues that revolution and organization in the anarcho-syndicalist/communist tradition is authoritarian. Revolt is construed into just another assertion…
La Rivoluzione Stigmergica
Di Kevin Carson. Originale pubblicato il 12 novembre 2011 con il titolo The Stigmergic Revolution. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Per tanto tempo si è pensato che nel complesso ordine sociale di un formicaio la regina avesse un ruolo centrale, esercitato tramite i comandi diretti e il controllo dei sudditi. Ma non è così. Il biologo…
Remembering the Paris Commune
This month marks the 145th anniversary of the violent suppression of the Paris Commune by the French national government. The Paris Commune remains a potent symbol for many people – though what exactly it symbolizes is a matter of dispute. To conservatives, the Commune stands for a reign of terror and mob rule. For many…
Support C4SS with a Copy of “The Desktop Regulatory State”
C4SS has teamed up with the Distro of the Libertarian Left. The Distro produces and distribute zines and booklets on anarchism, market anarchist theory, counter-economics, and other movements for liberation. For every copy of Kevin Carson’s “The Desktop Regulatory State” that you purchase through the Distro, C4SS will receive a percentage. Support C4SS with Kevin Carson’s “The Desktop Regulatory State“. $15.00 for…
Markets Not Capitalism — Introduction
The individualist anarchist tendency is alive and well. Markets Not Capitalism offers a window onto this tendency’s history and highlights its potential contribution to the global anticapitalist movement. We seek in this book to stimulate a thriving conversation among libertarians of all varieties, as well as those with other political commitments, about the most fruitful path toward human…
Anarchism and American Traditions
“The revolution is the sudden and unified consciousness of these traditions, their loud assertion, the blow dealt by their indomitable will against the counter force of tyranny. … We, the Anarchists, point to them and say: If the believers in liberty wish the principles of liberty taught, let them never entrust that instruction to any government; for the nature of…
Jeff Riggenbach Reads: Chomsky’s Augustinian Anarchism on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Roderick Long‘s “Chomsky’s Augustinian Anarchism” read by Jeff Riggenbach and edited by Nick Ford. “Chomsky might object that my defense of market accountability ignores the fact that such ‘accountability’ involves voting with dollars, so that the wealthy have more votes than the poor – whereas in a democratic state everyone has an equal…
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