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Incite, Conspire, Diversify: A Conversation with Filler PGH

  • Posted on: 24 March 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Cutting Class

Cutting Class: Counterinfo for the Ungovernable Generation

Over the next few days, we’ll be publishing pieces to highlight the work of some of the groups participating in the Cutting Class counterinfo network. We hope this will provide some clarity on where our crews are coming from and how that affects the way we have organized this project.

The Magnificast Ep 52 - Anarchy and Christianity Redux

  • Posted on: 23 March 2018
  • By: thecollective

True basement dwellers will remember our totally unlistenable first episode where we tried to talk about Jacques Ellul's book "Anarchy and Christianity." A year later, we revisited the book together in Toronto. Highlights include Ellul's weird anarchism, some more of that Very Good reflection on violence, and a reminder that there are cooler Christian anarchists out there!

Anarchy Radio 03-20-2018

  • Posted on: 20 March 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Kathan co-hosts. Stay away from Facebook! Teens, elderly anxious. "In Praise of ADHD"(!)
Pop songs depict a defeated, dreary American zeitgeist. Bay Area, Easter Island subsiding.
"How to Make AI Human-Friendly." Data is all. "Let's Put Smart To Work: IBM."
"It's Time to Make Human-Chimp Hybrids (humanzees)." Two calls.

TOTW: Therapy

  • Posted on: 11 March 2018
  • By: thecollective

Are most anarchists hostile to therapy, mainstream or otherwise? In Against the Logic of Submission (under the heading Revolt Not Therapy), Wolfi Landstreicher writes: “Freedom belongs to the individual — this is a basic anarchist principle — and as such resides in individual responsibility to oneself and in free association with others. Thus, there can be no obligations, no debts, only choices of how to act. The therapeutic approach to social problems is the very opposite of this.. Basing itself in the idea that we are crippled rather than chained, inherently weak rather than held down, it imposes an obligatory interdependence, a mutuality of incapacity, rather than a sharing of strengths and capabilities.”

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