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As all that is solid melts to air and everything holy is profaned...

Monday, November 28, 2011

Kenneth Grant sings...

Monday, November 21, 2011

Hegel and political economy

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

The Situationists and the Occupation Movements

One of the most notable characteristics of the “Occupy” movement is that it is just what it claims to be: leaderless and antihierarchical. Certain people have of course played significant roles in laying the groundwork for Occupy Wall Street and the other occupations, and others may have ended up playing significant roles in dealing with various tasks in committees or in coming up with ideas that are good enough to be adopted by the assemblies. But as far as I can tell, none of these people have claimed that such slightly disproportionate contributions mean that they should have any greater say than anyone else. Certain famous people have rallied to the movement and some of them have been invited to speak to the assemblies, but they have generally been quite aware that the participants are in charge and that nobody is telling them what to do.

From an article by Ken Knabb...read the rest here.