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Miguel Amorós: Anti-capitalism as a struggle for space

The essay shared below continues our (Autonomies) exploration of Miguel Amorós analyses of capitalism, along with that of other May 68 writers, Jaime Semprun, Amedeo Bertolo and Eduardo Colombo.

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Miguel #Amorós: Technology and the making of fascist totalitarianism

The essay shared below continues our exploration of Miguel Amorós analyses of capitalism, along with that of other May 68 writers, Jaime Semprun, Amedeo Bertolo and Eduardo Colombo.

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Miguel Amorós: Culture as the spectacular domestication of desire

In a further installment on our (Autonomies) series of May 68 writers, we share Miguel Amorós short essay “Culture as the spectacular domestication of desire”.

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Miguel Amorós: The crises of capitalism

In a further installment on our (Autonomies) series of May 68 writers, we share Miguel Amorós short essay “The crises of capitalism”.

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Miguel Amorós: Capitalism as sickness and death – #anarchism

In a further installment on our (Autonomies) series of May 68 writers, we share Miguel Amorós short essay “The sick society”.

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Miguel Amorós: The need for a revolutionary orientation

A March 2018 interview in which Miguel Amorós discusses his anti-development concepts, the global trend towards mega-urbanization, the destructive tendencies of capitalist development, Latin American populist governments and their social basis, the civil society movement, and perspectives for a movement to create a better world.

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Jaime Semprun: The end of critical theory

Jaime Semprun is among a generation of political militants marked by the events of May 68 in france and beyond, contributing to a body of theoretical work that paralleled and overlapped with that of the Situationists, and other heterodox marxists and anarchists.

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Jaime Semprun: For a ruthless criticism of all that exists

Jaime Semprun is among a generation of political militants marked by the events of May 68 in france and beyond, contributing to a body of theoretical work that paralleled and overlapped with that of the Situationists, and other heterodox marxists and anarchists.

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Miguel Amorós: The period of decline

Miguel Amorós was friend and collaborator of Jaime Semprun, working with him on the Encyclopédie des Nuisances.  And it is as such that we share a reflection by him inspired by and in continuity with Semprun’s essay, The abyss repopulates itself.

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Jaime Semprun: The abyss repopulates itself

Jaime Semprun is among a generation of political militants marked by the events of May 68 in france and beyond, contributing to a body of theoretical work that paralleled and overlapped with that of the Situationists, and other heterodox marxists and anarchists.

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