Tag: Sociology
O Que é Justiça?
De Cayce Jamil. Artigo original:  What is Justice? Traduzido para o português por Gabriel Serpa. Se você escutar a um protesto, provavelmente ouvirá frases relacionadas à obtenção de justiça, tais como sem justiça, não há paz. Entretanto, o que se entende pelo termo justiça não está claro. Alguns presumem que o termo significa que reparações diretas…
Cos’è la Giustizia?
Di Cayce Jamil. Originale: What is Justice? del 22 gennaio 2021. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Ad una manifestazione di protesta sentiamo spesso proclami che si rifanno alla giustizia, come ad esempio “non c’è pace senza giustizia”. Cosa s’intende per “giustizia” però non è specificato. Per alcuni significa che lo stato deve risarcire direttamente chi ha…
¿Qué es la justicia?
De Cayce Jamil. Original: What is Justice?, del 22 enero 2021. Traducción española por Diego Avila. Si escuchas una protesta, lo más probable es que escuches frases relacionadas con la realización de la justicia, como “sin justicia, no hay paz”. Sin embargo, no se define lo que se quiere decir con el término ‘justicia’. Algunos asumen que…
What is Justice?
If you listen to a protest, you will more than likely hear phrases related to realizing justice, like “no justice, no peace.” However, what is meant by the term ‘justice’ isn’t defined. Some assume the term means direct reparations from the state should be made to an aggrieved group. Others assume it warrants some form…
Per un Situazionismo Metodologico
Di Cayce Jamil. Originale pubblicato il 6 ottobre 2020 con il titolo Towards Methodological Situationism. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Gli anarchici col tempo hanno finito per assorbire alcune parti del pensiero proprio dell’economia, l’antropologia, la psicologia e la macro-sociologia, ma hanno incredibilmente trascurato la micro-sociologia. La cosa stupisce visto che al cuore dell’analisi anarchica troviamo…
Towards Methodological Situationism
While anarchists have incorporated insights from economics, anthropology, psychology, and some macro-sociology, there is a notable absence when it comes to micro-sociology. This is puzzling as the very core of anarchist thought is about hierarchy, a sociological phenomenon. The standard anarchist conception of hierarchy focuses almost exclusively on structural power. Generally speaking, anarchists claim to…
The Beauty of Nationalism
We all have biases, and for many people nationalism (even the smallest degree of it) is one of them. However, if your goal is to understand the world, nationalist sentiments won’t give you the sturdiest foundation to do so. Nationalism shortcuts our thinking about the world. It awards a disproportionate amount of virtue points to…
Floating Through New York’s Underground Economy on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents James C. Wilson‘s “Floating Through New York’s Underground Economy,” — a review of Floating City: A Rogue Sociologist Lost and Found in New York’s Underground Economy, by Sudhir Venkatesh. It is read by Athena Roberts and edited by Tony Dreher. Readers with libertarian, voluntarist or anti-prohibitionist leanings will be simultaneously pleased…
Floating through New York’s Underground Economy
Floating City: A Rogue Sociologist Lost and Found in New York’s Underground Economy, by Sudhir Venkatesh Penguin Press (2013) Sudhir Venkatesh’s Floating City documents the author’s time in 21st century New York among the city’s “hustlers, strivers, dealers (and) call girls,” as one of the book’s alternate subtitles describes it. The book is largely a…
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