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Open Road Newsjournal Home. Open Road has thankfully reemerged into the public life of the present. Through its digitization, a new audience of readers can explore one of the most important and influential English-language anarchist periodicals of the late twentieth century. For those of us who were not active within the radical communities of the 1970s and 1980s, the paper’s existence can give us insight into not only the activist past, but also the present. As David Spaner’s comments illustrate, the origins of Open Road offer us a pathway in to the politically transformative years of the 1970s, and beyond. In an immediate sense, the existence of the paper can draw our attention towards a global shift that took place within political and cultural character of the New Left. In Vancouver, as in many other places, these political and cultural motivations produced a resurging pattern of anarchist activism beginning in the 1960s and 1970s. -- Eryk Martin, May 2015.

IAS Newsletter - Perspectives on Anarchist Theory. Grand Angle |  ETAPE. Groupe ETAPE Explorations Théoriques Anarchistes Pragmatistes pour l’Emancipation à l’initiative de Philippe Corcuff et Wil Saver Un groupe de recherche pluraliste sur les outils de la critique sociale et de l’émancipation dans une perspective libertaire associant des militants politiques radicaux, des praticiens des mouvements sociaux et des expériences alternatives, des intellectuels professionnels, des artistes subversifs et des sympathisants des causes critiques. Le groupe ETAPE est associé à Grand Angle libertaire. Séminaire mensuel à partir de juin 2013 Thème : Anarchisme et philosophie pragmatiste Les familles contemporaines : un ordre anarchiste improvisé ?

Roberto Michels : critique des partis politiques, du syndicalisme révolutionnaire et de l’anarchisme What’s new Pussycat ? L’autogestion en pratiques Luttes ouvrières aujourd’hui L’idée du capitalisme comme aliénation aujourd’hui Présentation générale de la démarche ETAPE lors du premier séminaire – par Philippe Corcuff (14 juin 2013) : The Anarchist Library. Inclusive Democracy. Government and Opposition: An International Journal of Comparative Politics - Journal Information. Primitivism. The Anarchist Library | An archive of anarchist literature. Ce qui a manqué aux anarchistes. Je ne suis pas un spécialiste de l’anarchisme, même si je suis proche de cette famille politique plus que d’aucune autre. Cette proximité ne m’empêche pas de voir un bug dans l’anarchisme historique, ce qui justifie sa marginalité.

Je vais m’expliquer, mais d’abord je voudrais mettre en évidence un autre bug, au cœur cette fois de ma famille philosophique, le matérialisme. Le parallèle me paraît intéressant. Début de la parenthèse Selon les idéalistes, aussi appelés spiritualistes ou essentialistes, l’esprit (voire les essences) prime sur la matière, ce dont on peut moralement convenir, mais surtout il précède la matière. Tout est esprit, et l’esprit descend sur la matière et l’incarne. Les religions sont plus ou moins idéalistes. Comme je suis matérialiste, un marginal, je suis sans doute mieux compris par les matérialistes, ce qui réduit tout à coup mon public. Depuis toujours, les idéalistes l’on emporté, surtout en nombre. Fin de la parenthèse N’allons pas trop vite. Espoir. Résumé. Resource List for the Anti-Elections / Pro-Anarchy Campaign | Northeast Anarchist Network. On Line Andrew Flood, "If Voting Could Change Anything, It Would Be Illegal" Kevin Doyle, "Parliament or Democracy?

" Iain McKay, Don't Vote, Organize! (PDF pamphlet, Zabalaza Books, at: Wayne Price, "None of the Above: The Anarchist Case Against Electoralism" Cindy Milstein, "Democracy is Direct" James Herod, "Notes on Building a Movement for Direct Democracy" James Herod, "Reject and Campaign Vigorously Against Representative Government" James Herod, "Making Decisions Amongst Assemblies" Other Peter Kropotkin, "Representative Government," Words of a Rebel (1885), Black Rose Books, 1996, 229 pages, pp. 118-144. This is an especially brilliant essay. Thomas S. Anthony Arblaster, Democracy. C. Infoshop.org.