Category: Doing Parecon

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Michael Albert: Thoughts and Deeds 3: Participatory Economics

This is part three of a five part interview. It deals mainly with participatory economics, what it is, and its merits or debits

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Michael Albert: What Is Revolution?

I mean by the word revolution, instead, a change in defining institutions in either of four key spheres of social life: economy, polity, culture, or gender/kinship.

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Michael Albert: Parecon: Envisioning A Life Beyond Capitalism

ROAR interview exploring the idea of participatory economics

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Michael Albert: Participatory Economy – An Alternative to the Always-Crisis

Interview on participatory economics

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Michael Albert: The Financial Crash and the Always-Crisis

Even before the financial and economic crisis in 2008 capitalism has been in crisis

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Michael Albert: Chapter Seven: Participatory World

Chapter Seven: Participatory World   This is the chapter seven of Occupy Vision, which is the second volume of the three volume set titled Fanfare for the Future. You can find out more about Occupy Theory, Occupy Vision, and Occupy Strategy, as well as how to purchase the books in print or for ebook reading, at Z's book Read more…

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Michael Albert: Chapter 3 of Occupy Vision: Parpolity

Chapter Three Self Management Implies Parpolity This is the chapter three of Occupy Vision, which is the second volume of the three volume set titled Fanfare for the Future. In coming days we will post the book's eight chapters. You can find out more about Occupy Theory, Occupy Vision, and Occupy Strategy, as well as how to purchase Read more…

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Michael Albert: Occupy Theory, The Final Chapter

  This is the Conclusion of Volume One, Occupy Theory, of the Three Volume set, Fanfare for the Future. You can find out more about these books at Z's Fanfare for the Future Page.   “He who loves practice without theory is like the sailor who boards ship without a rudder and compass and never Read more…

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Michael Albert: Doubt, or Denial?

This is part of an exploration/debate regarding parecon and peercommony. The first two essays are Summarizing Parecon by Michael Albert and Summarizing Peercommony by Christian Siefkes. This essay is in response to Siefkes’s Why I Still Doubt.   Christian, parecon rejects private ownership, corporate divisions of labor, competitive market allocation, and wage slavery. Repeatedly associating parecon with capitalism because Read more…

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Sticks and Stones: IOPS Introduction

IOPS Introduction from Sticks N Stones on Vimeo.

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