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Miquel Amorós: The New Suits of Capitalist Developmentism: The new Green Period of Capitalism and its Ecological and Citizen Avant-Garde

The capitalist world is debating in an unprecedented ecological crisis that threatens its continuity as a system based on the pursuit of private profit. From the pollution of air, water and soil to the accumulation of waste and rubbish; from the depletion of natural resources to the extinction of species; from the urbanizing tide to climate change; it seems that a sword of Damocles hangs over the market society. Leaders from all spheres of activity are concerned about unstoppable environmental degradation, including a reorganization of production and consumption according to inevitable ecological imperatives.

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Miguel Amorós: The trials of critical theory

We (Autonomies) close our selection of writings by Miguel Amorós, with a reflection on critical theory, preceded by a critical introduction to Amorós own views.

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Miguel Amorós: The seductions of “History”

We (Autonomies) return to our series dedicated to the “May 68 writers” Miguel Amorós, Jaime Semprun, Eduardo Colombo, and Amedeo Bertolo, with an essay by Amorós entitled “The Golden Mediocrity”.  We preface the essay with a critical reflection on Amorós contention that revolution calls for a revolutionary subject, something in his view absent from recent social movements centred on a reactionary middle class.

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Miguel Amorós: Anti-developmentalism as class struggle

This is a further contribution to our (Autonomies) series dedicated to the “May 68 writers” Amorós, Jaime Semprun, Eduardo Colombo, and Amedeo Bertolo.

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Miguel Amorós: Between capitalism and anti-capitalism – the struggle for territory (2)

The second of two essays by Miguel Amorós on the concept of “territory”, and a further contribution our series on the “May 68 writers” Amorós, Jaime Semprun, Amedeo Bertolo and Eduardo Colombo.

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Miguel Amorós: Between capitalism and anti-capitalism – the struggle for territory (1)

We (Autonomies) share below the first of two essays by Amorós on “territory”, further contributions to our series on the “May 68 writers” Amorós, Jaime Semprun, Amedeo Bertolo and Eduardo Colombo.

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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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