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Amador Fernández Savater: To rethink war

To rethink war, what does it mean? To learn to look at the world strategically. The news, rights, the laws, the speeches, the images… To take them as operations, as forces (of occupation or resistance): not only what they say, but also what they do (with us).

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Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi: War and senile dementia [Ukraine]

Another translation of ‘Bifo” for which we sincerely thank comrade Thomas Walter, who can now live in safety from the targeting squads of the German repressive authorities in exile in Venezuela and who translated the text for us in German. The Spanish version from which the translation was made can be found here. Sunzi Bingfa. Riot Turtle translated the text into English for Enough 14.

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Who are “we”, who rebel? – The Stolen Subject

What follows is a translation of an essay on subjectivity and rebellion in the context of capitalism by Martín Colonel, inspired by the work of León Rozitchner and published on the site Lobo Suelto, preceded by a brief introduction.

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Colectivo Situaciones: Complete works – Reflections of a new type of #insurrection (2001 – 2003)

The posting by the online website lobo suelto! of an archive of the writings the argentine based Colectivo Situaciones, is the occasion to return to the “theoretical” work of this group and its “reflection” in the 2001-3 insurrection in the country. The importance of this work for the understanding of events in argentina, and beyond, justifies our choice in sharing this material, especially with those not familiar with either.

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Nietzschean reflections in times of the pandemic

With the COVID-19 pandemic in the background, what follows is an essay that calls for a rethinking of our ethical thought, of our way of being in the world, inspired by the work of Friedrich Nietzsche and the innocence of childhood.

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Who is the enemy? The Thing – A reflection on the #coronavirus, the enemy within

A reflection on the coronavirus, the enemy within, by Amador Fernández-Savater.

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Silvia Federici: The joyful militancy of #feminism

To share, the first of a series of reflections on contemporary feminism, in interviews, essays and so on, with the eighth of March, international women’s day as a feminist strike, in the foreground.

What follows is an interview with Silvia Federici, originally published with Lobo suelto (22/02/2020).

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In praise of insurrection

We share below a short essay by Diego Conno, published with lobo suelto (27/10/2019), even though we might disagree with some of the text’s terminology (e.g., “popular”, “the people”, “moblisation”) – though even here, the words intimate new possible meanings – and we would dispute the need for “leadership” in riots and uprisings.

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