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استقرار نظام سرمایه در آمریکا، ریشه ها و شرایط تکوین اول ماه مه

:" مبارزه پرولتاریا برای فراگیری تاریخِ خود جبهه ای در میانِ جبهه های متعدد در مبارزه طبقاتی است. این امری صرفا تئوریک، یا تجریدی یا کهنه و ملال آور نیست، این بخشی و جزئی از خود آگاهیِ طبقاتی است و میتواند به عنوان تئوریزه کردن تجربیات تاریخی پرولتاریای جهانی تعریف شود."

Social Ecology and the Right to the City: Towards Ecological and Democratic Cities

This anthology develops the debates that began at the recent Transnational Institute of Social Ecology’s (TRISE) conference about the dire need to rebuild the social and political realities of our world’s cities. It discusses the prospects of radical urban movements; examines the revolutionary potential of the concept of “the Right to the City,” and looks at how activists, scholars, and community movements can work together towards an ecological and democratic future.

استقرار نظام سرمایه در آمریکا، ریشه ها و شرایط تکوین اول ماه مه

[:" مبارزه پرولتاریا برای فراگیری تاریخِ خود جبهه ای در میانِ جبهه های متعدد در مبارزه طبقاتی است. این امری صرفا تئوریک، یا تجریدی یا کهنه و ملال¬¬آور نیست، این بخشی و جزئی از خود آگاهیِ طبقاتی است و میتواند به عنوان تئوریزه کردن تجربیات تاریخی پرولتاریای جهانی تعریف شود."

Statement from the national demonstration of students in Tehran, 7th December 2019

Students holding banners at the national demonstration in Tehran, December 2019

After weeks of mass protests in Iran, this is a translation of the statement from the national students' demonstration in Tehran, 7th December 2019.

A Letter to Intellectuals Who Hide Behind the Word “Purity”

A commentary responding to the Monthly Review Online piece “A letter to intellectuals who deride revolutions in the name of purity” on the question of revolution and state power. This article was previously published by the Black Rose/Rosa Negra Anarchist Federation.

No Shortcuts, but to where?

Nick Driedger reviews Jane McAlevey’s No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age. This article was first published by Organizing Work.

Finding Our Compass: Reflections on a World in Crisis

An 'experimental' book that touches on a wide range of topics while maintaining a grounding in left-wing philosophies.

Notes of an Underground Humanist

An idiosyncratic book inspired by the form of Nietzsche but the content of Marx.

Immutable tablets of the communist theory of the party

Gustave Doré: Moses breaks the tablets of the law (credit: appleeye.org)

Amadeo Bordiga’s 1960 article, translated here into English for the first time, which summarizes and then extends his earlier commentary on Marx’s Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts. Rejecting all notions of Marx’s profound or lasting indebtedness to Hegel, the author advocates for the return of the communist party (in the historical rather than formal sense) to the “tablets of stone” upon which it was founded already in 1844. These consist of the programmatic description of communist society, which will bridge the gap between man and nature by abolishing the individual and personality, and resolve the riddles and contrasts that have plagued philosophy for thousands of years.