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Cuadernos de Negación – Against the Valorization of Life – Part I

Cuadernos de Negación (Notebooks of Negation) are a collective based in Rosario, Argentina. So far the majority of their important work remains unavailable in English, though there are some other translations available here and here. Fortunately the ediciones inéditos collective … Continue reading

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In the city (1): indifference

In the city (1): indifference In the city there’s a thousand things I wanna say to you…—The Jam Somewhere in Marx[1] he writes of the experience of indifference that the individual submitted to capitalist social relations has. He argues that … Continue reading

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A minor détournement – and King Communism!

king communism – poster 10 “Be unreasonable, demand the possible.” The graffiti from Paris, May 1968, the words “Soyons réalistes, exigeons l’impossible” are also, apparently, the words of Che Guevara, guerrilla and sometime state socialist bureaucrat from Bolivia, Cuba and Argentina. The slogan … Continue reading

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