[Editor’s note: This is the second part in the humanaesfera series on the Internet. For Part 1, please follow this link.] 6. SUBSUMPTION OF THE GEARS THAT MAKE UP THE MIND: MEMORY, THOUGHT, VOLITION, APPETITE Not only are the social relations of each person’s knowledge, abilities, and affections with others being increasingly subsumed to capital, … More A social history of the internet–Part II
The following is a translation of a collaborative critique of Caliban and the Witch, written by Yann Kindo and Christophe Darmangeat in December 2017, and published in two separate essays on their respective blogs: La Faucille et le Labo, and La Hutte des Classes. The first, for the most part, deals with the historical facts … More Caliban and the Witch: A critical analysis
By blaming lumpenization on some of its most imminent victims, xenophobia conceals the responsibility of a capitalism which no longer can exploit us all. … More Xenophobia, lumpenization, and the proletariat
Nazism emerged out of 1914, to a large extent within the right wing of German Social Democracy, … More The ideas of 1914
Parties are not born overnight. Historical dialectic teaches that the revolutionary party is born as an instrument of class struggle. … More Fraction and party
Those who idealize the union have ignored the results of a century of class struggle. … More Conquer or destroy the unions?
The Democratic Party machine itself is willing to “move to the Left” and speak on behalf of the working class in order to regain power. … More Ocasio-Cortez and “socialism” in America