Submitted by worker on Fri, 02/06/2015 - 22:00
From C4SS - by David S. D'Amato
The life of Laurance Labadie appears very much like his anarchism, a deliberate, often anachronistic struggle against the vogues and prevailing winds of his day, a hopeless attempt to revive an energy faded or extinguished entirely. His thought belonged to a libertarian strain regrettably anchored to those of the previous generation or two, to a time just before the “official” anarchist movement coalesced firmly around communist and syndicalist patterns of thought. Perceiving the inherent stagnancy of such a narrowly circumscribed focus on these ideologies, Ardent Press, along with its distribution partner Little Black Cart, has worked to make egoist, individualist, nihilist, and anti-civilization writings available.
Submitted by Bursts on Wed, 01/28/2015 - 15:49
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Submitted by worker on Thu, 01/08/2015 - 09:05
From NY Review of Books - By Jean-Paul Sartre and Michel Contat, translated by Paul Auster and Lydia Davis
But you are involving yourself less in these projects.
I am involving myself less because I have to. Because at seventy I can no longer hope that in the ten useful years remaining to me I will produce the novel or the philosophical work of my life. Everyone knows what the ten years between seventy and eighty are like….
Submitted by worker on Wed, 01/07/2015 - 12:20
From Real Change News - By George Howland, Jr
The troubled history of Washington's 19th century anarchist enclave. In the late 1800's, anarchists created an innovative community on Puget Sound. Two decades later, it was gone.
Submitted by worker on Sat, 12/20/2014 - 16:46
From Candles and Torches
Neofascism in the Cultural, Artistic, and Ecological Movements
The earth is firmly enveloped in crisis. This crisis is at once material and existential. The economy can no longer support the human weight that bends it at its foundation. Can not, or will not. The aftermath of the recession has produced only one reality: an intensified stratification of global society.
Submitted by worker on Tue, 12/02/2014 - 17:44
It’s no surprise to discover that Kropotkin was interested in Christmas. In Russian culture, St. Nicholas (Ннкοлαн Уутвoреч) was revered as a defender of the oppressed, the weak and the disadvantaged. Kropotkin shared the sentiments. But there was also a family link. As everyone knows, Kropotkin could trace his ancestry to the ancient Rurik dynasty that ruled Russia before the upstart Romanovs and which, from the first century CE, controlled the trade routes between Moscow and the Byzantine Empire.
Submitted by Bursts on Mon, 11/10/2014 - 11:15
Streaming at AshevilleFM from 3am EST on November 10th through November 17th, 2014, then podcasting at radio4all.net. Also airing this week on KOWA-LPFM in Olympia, WA, KWTF in Bodega Bay, CA, KXCF in Marshall, CA, and WCRS-LP Columbus Community Radio 98.3 and 102.1 FM