The Means of Production Will Be Invented, Not Seized, by Winter Trabex

The Marxist idea of “seizing the means of production” was conceived in the latter half of the 19th century during a time when the industrial revolution greatly expanded an already-growing economy but also introduced to the world massive inequality. The workers who found themselves in undesirable working situations could not just wait out the employer…

Fully Automated Luxury Individualist Anarchism, by Edmund Berger

(Nick’s Notes: Edmund was kind enough to let me republish this, please check out his original here) Revolutionary Luxury, Bureaucratic Administration Any politics that seeks an encompassing notion of liberation and freedom must, first and foremost, be oriented towards the future, and must pursue this horizon through goal-oriented actions. This effectively sets up a feedback…

Excerpts From and Analysis of “A Conversation With Kathi Weeks” (Viewpoint Magazine)

I’ve never read Viewpoint Magazine before and honestly, this interview didn’t leave with much of a solid impression. The text often relied on previous knowledge of certain thinkers, it used a lot of jargon (particularly Marxist jargon) and spoke with the confidence of someone who expects to be understood, yet isn’t saying much. As such,…