Fredy Perlman

O fetichismo das mercadorias - Fredy Perlman

Introdução de Fredy Perlman, escrita em 1968, para o livro de Isaak Illich Rubin "Essays on Marx's Theory of Value" (Black Rose Books, Montreal, 1973). Perlman faz um brilhante resumo dos temas principais do livro, como o da continuidade e transformação da teoria da alienação do jovem Marx na teoria da reificação e do fetichismo das mercadorias.

A reprodução da vida cotidiana - Fredy Perlman

Excelente análise de Fredy Perlman da alienação e da maneira como nós, enquanto trabalhadores, reproduzimos a economia capitalista cotidianamente. (Traduzido e publicado pelo Grupo Autonomia no website Biblioteca Virtual Revolucionária em fevereiro de 2000 a partir da versão original em inglês de Black & Red, 1969).

Letters of insurgents - Fredy Perlman

1976 novel by Fredy Perlman, written as fictional letters between two Eastern European workers, Yarostan Vochek and Sophie Nachalo, who are separated after a failed revolution. Yarostan spends twelve years in statist jails, while Sophie escapes to the West. After twenty years without contact, they begin to write each other about their experiences, their lives, their hopes, and their memories of the past.

Chicago 1968

Chicago 68

A history and analysis of the Yippie Festival of Life and the clashes with the police that occurred in Chicago 1968 during the Democratic National Convention.

Reprodukcija svakodnevnog života - Fredi Perlman

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Perlman's "Reproduction of Daily Life" in Serbo-Croat (as some of us still call it).

Birth of a revolutionary movement in Yugoslavia - Fredy Perlman

Cover, Birth of a Revolutionary Movement in Yugoslavia

1969 pamphlet by Fredy Perlman on the beginnings of the 1968 revolutionary movement in Yugoslavia. Later republished as "Revolt in socialist Yugoslavia: June, 1968".

Review: Letters of Insurgents - Fredy Perlman

Freddy Perlman's Letters Of Insurgents is a thoroughly brilliant story about anarchist ideas. It takes the form of fictional letters between two eastern european workers who were separated after a failed revolution; one spent twelve years in statist jails, the other escaped to the west.

Fredy Perlman's views on the Situationists' membership criteria - Lorraine Perlman

Fredy Perlman

Lorraine Perlman's description of Fredy's reaction to his former friends - whose 'break' with him was an attempt to prove their ideological conformity as a necessary condition of entrance into the Situationist International.

Ozimandias - Review: Against His-story! Against Leviathan! by Fredy Perlman - Wildcat (UK)

Review: Against His-story! Against Leviathan! by Fredy Perlman, Black & Red, Detroit 1983.

Against His-story! is an attempt to take opposition to Progress to its logical conclusion. So is this belated review.

Perlman summarises the whole history of Civilisation from the viewpoint of its victims: we, the "zeks", free people who were enslaved then taught to identify with the enslaving monster: Leviathan.

The fetish speaks! - Marx and Perlman

Fredy Perlman, Detroit Printing Co-op, 1970s

Marx spoke of the commodity - now the commodity speaks of Marx (and itself). PDF of illustrated quotations from 'Capital'.