It is difficult to find anarchist works in English that are at the same time “individualist” and explicitly revolutionary, that emphasize the centrality of the aim of individual self-determination to a revolution that will “communalize material wealth” as it will “individualize spiritual wealth”. Written in 1924, Renzo Novatore’s “Toward the creating nothing”, is still an important read today.Continue reading Renzo Novatore: Toward the Creative Nothing
A few considerations on the revolutionary movement in Italy from 1968 to the end of the eighties.Continue reading Alfredo M. #Bonanno: A few notes on the revolutionary movement in #Italy
The conditions surrounding what remains of the human being are far more bewildering for the young, those still looking towards the future not having on their back the abyss waiting to open and swallow up an old man.Continue reading Alfredo M. #Bonanno: The Young in a Post Industrial Society
The polemic with Mazzini.Continue reading Alfredo M. #Bonanno: Introduction to Complete Works of Mikhail #Bakunin
Existentialism is the philosophical current that affected my life in the latter half of the nineteen fifties. I had read all the books of Benedetto Croce at a very young age, a heavy baggage to carry around until my release on reading Abbagnano’s History of Philosophy and beginning the study of the French, German and Russian poets and philosophers.Continue reading Alfredo M. #Bonanno: Essays on Existentialism
A study of the origins and development of the revolutionary anarchist movement in Europe 1945–73 with particular reference to the First of May Group.Continue reading The International Revolutionary Solidarity Movement
Essay by Alfredo M. Bonanno: We are not the only ones facing the level of the clash. As anarchists we can have all the illusions we like, illusions of purity and being a voice in the desert, but sooner or later we must concede that we are in company, bad company.Continue reading Alfredo M. #Bonanno: Things well done and things done by half
Alfredo M. Bonanno: Revolution, violence, anti-authoritarianism. A few notes.
Essay by Alfredo M. Bonanno: Some very common theoretical errors.
Two essays by Emma Goldman.