historical materialism

El Manifesto de Aceleracionismo de Género

El Manifesto de Aceleracionismo de Género by Eme Flores and Vikky Storm

¡Muerte al género que nos da muerte! ¡Libertad para lxs cuirs! Pero el género muere al engullir su propia cola. El género ya está muriendo. Su último aliento está cerca, pero aún tiene tiempo para salvarse. En nosotrxs está el apresurar a su fin. Impulsarlo, darle rapidez, hacerlo…

Acelerar.

The Gender Accelerationist Manifesto

Th Gender Accelerationist Manifesto by Eme Flores and Vikky Storm

Death to gender! Freedom to the queers! But gender dies through eating its own tail. Gender is dying already. Its death rattle is upon us, but it still has time to save itself. It is on us to hurry it along to its final end. To speed it on. To make it...

Accelerate.

Walter Rodney's "How Europe Underdeveloped Africa"

Notes on a classic work of dependency theory.

Gabriel Kolko's "The Triumph of Conservatism: A Reinterpretation of American History 1900–1916"

(See wrightswriting.com for more commentaries on left-wing scholarship.)

Notes on a Marxist history of empiricism

George Novack

A summary of an old critical Marxist history of empiricism.

An updated and improved Marxism

A brief outline of a 21st-century conception of revolution. The notion of a "dictatorship of the proletariat" that smashes the capitalist state in one great insurrection has to be put to rest. Realism (materialism) is better than idealism.

Speech at the Anniversary of The People's Paper - Karl Marx

Delivered at a Chartist banquet in London on April 14, 1856.

Chris Knight’s theory of human origins: an abridged account

Edmund Bradden provides an introduction to Chris Knight's theory of human origins. Reposted from the 'Radical Anthropology Group' website.

La Historia Materiismo: Anton Pannekoek

Teksto de Anton Pannekoek verkita en 1919a kiu aperis en la nederlanda monata gazeto “La Nova Tempo”.

Marx: a radical critique - Alan Carter

Alan Carter's libertarian communist critique of Marxism as an ideology developed by a rising "managerial-technical" class that would replace the bourgeoisie as a new ruling class without altering in any fundamental way the exploitation of the proletariat. Carter attacks historical materialism, Marxist economics, Marxist sociology, Marx's theory of the state, and Marxist-Leninist politics (which he identifies as the form of politics advocated by Marx himself).