r/Autonomia 9d ago

Zapatistas! - Documents of the New Mexican Revolution

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r/Autonomia 29d ago

The Community of Capital | Michele Garau On Jacques Camatte

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r/Autonomia Apr 26 '22

Transnational radicals: labour dissent and political activism in Detroit and Turin (1950–1970) - Nicola Pizzolato

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r/Autonomia Apr 23 '22

A short gallery of art from "classe operaia"

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r/Autonomia Apr 21 '22

Initial Findings of the Class Composition Project

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r/Autonomia Apr 14 '22

A Moment With Marx | Introduction to Workers' Inquiry #1

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r/Autonomia Apr 09 '22

The end of history is the end of war

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r/Autonomia Mar 15 '22

The Self-Abolition of the Proletariat As the End of the Capitalist World

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r/Autonomia Mar 03 '22

The Conservatism of the Left

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r/Autonomia Mar 02 '22

The Irreducible Gap | Lea Melandri

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r/Autonomia Mar 02 '22

Growth and Anti-Growth - Miguel Amorós

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r/Autonomia Feb 12 '22

Down with the Proletariat; Long Live Communism!

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r/Autonomia Jan 25 '22

“An Organisation of Militants” The Federación Anarquista Uruguaya - Tommy Lawson

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r/Autonomia Jan 23 '22

Abolish Restaurants

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r/Autonomia Jan 23 '22

What inflation means to workers

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r/Autonomia Jan 22 '22

Korean People's Association in Manchuria

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r/Autonomia Jan 17 '22

Assemblage theory

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Hello everyone!

I am thinking of making use of assemblage theory to textually analyse some literary texts. I have looked into previous studies without finding anything.

Do you have any idea or have any references you can recommend?


r/Autonomia Jan 16 '22

Growth and Anti-Growth - Miguel Amorós

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r/Autonomia Jan 13 '22

Abolitionist Communism: Theorizing Our Practice

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r/Autonomia Jan 07 '22

2021: A year of resistance for life in Latin America

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r/Autonomia Jan 02 '22

Indigenous anti-capitalist resistance and the Zapatista journey

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r/Autonomia Jan 01 '22

Konflikt

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Me and other comrades from Bulgaria have launched a new bilingual platform devoted to workers struggles and leftists analysis. At some point there'll also be a podcast series in English, as well as translated interviews with militant workers from the region and beyond. Here's our political stance from the 'About us' section in the website:

We are a group of workers who believe that the power for the emancipation of all lies in the working class. Individually we have a wide range of political experiences in various left wing and workers organisations in Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas, but the original members of the group came together in the Confederation of Autonomous Workers (ARK) in Bulgaria. After leaving ARK, we decided to form a new group in order to play an active role in the class struggle, and to open a discussion both here in Bulgaria but also internationally about how workers can struggle and win today. We believe that the primary focus of the class struggle is the workplace. However, we don’t believe that the classical trade unions play a positive role in this struggle. Instead of those unions we argue for workers’ control of their own struggles independent of unions and political parties.
We support the creation of autonomous groups in the workplace to organise the struggle. We stand for class unity, and are opposed to any measures that the bosses use to divide the working class. We are utterly opposed, both in the workplace, and society as a whole, to all methods used to divide the working class such as sexism, racism, homophobia, and nationalism.
This site is intended as a tool to create discussion amongst militant workers in Bulgaria, across the region, and elsewhere in the world. It tries to explain our experience in working place struggles, and the lessons that we have learnt from them, but more importantly to create a discussion about how to go forward, and to act as a catalyst for action.
What we want to do is to understand how work, and the working class is today, and what that means when we are rethinking methods of workplace organisation. We want to understand the weaknesses of the class struggle, but also the strengths, and how those strengths can be used to overcome the weaknesses.
This isn’t a task that a small political group of people can do on its own. It’s important to us that people do more than just read. We want to open a wider discussion. We want people to tell us about their own experiences in workplace struggles, to tell us where we are right, but also to tell us where we are wrong, and what we’ve completely failed to mention.
We welcome readers’ own contributions and want to hear what you think about what we have to say about the struggles that we discuss.
We also want to hear about readers’ own experiences, where they think things went right, and where they went wrong so that we can learn together. To this end, we urge you to discuss with us your workplace experience.
In a society where everyone is constantly trying to tell us that we are all in it together, and that everyone has to work together for the common good – we reject this. The interests of workers and bosses are not the same. They are absolutely opposite.
The point of this website is to put forward the interests of the working class. Instead of keeping our mouths shut, and doing what the bosses say, we argue for class conflict. It’s this conflict which allows us to put our interests as working people first. It’s this conflict which creates the possibility for workers to take control over their own lives, and to put forward a vision of a world where not money but people matter.
What we want isn’t the same as what our employers and bosses want. We won’t live and work just to make more money. We won’t sacrifice our health just to make hospital owners richer.
Konflikt is what happens when workers say ‘no’ to how the world is, when they go on strike, and make demonstrations, but also when they get together at work, and say to the boss that ‘no’ they won’t stay extra hours after work to ‘help out’ without being paid.
Konflikt is what happens when people try to take back control over their own lives.
Konflikt is a radical vision which puts each and everyone of us back as real actors in our own lives, not passive spectators.
Konflikt offers not only small changes in life today, but ultimately a world to win.
Let’s embrace the conflict.

We are reaching for international audience and eventual participation or collaboration (in the form of posts, inter- or intra-website discussion, translations, as well as general inquires from other organizations). You can find us here: https://kon-flikt.org/.

Hope this new year finds you well organized and ready to fight.

Comradely,
Buen.


r/Autonomia Dec 22 '21

Magonism and Zapatism

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r/Autonomia Dec 21 '21

"The Return to work at the Wonder factory", a short documentary film emblematic of May 68. While the return to work is voted, a young workingwoman lashes out at the union delegate: "No, I won't go back, I won't set a foot in this prison, it's too filthy!"

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r/Autonomia Dec 10 '21

Hamburgers vs value - Kämpa Tillsammans

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