Category: Reimagining Society

John Holloway: Cracking Capitalism Vs. The State Option

With left parties on the rise in Spain and Greece, John Holloway reflects on his influential 2002 thesis: can we change the world without taking power?

Mark Evans: Economic Norms for Mental Health Promotion

We know that social exclusion is bad for people’s mental health. It follows therefore, that an economic system that is inclusive will help remove this social determinant of mental illness

Michael Albert: From Each to Each?

Parecon’s institutions instead not only get the allocative tasks accomplished justly, they also facilitate desirable personal and social commitments and habits

Rebecca Solnit: The Wheel Turns, the Boat Rocks, the Sea Rises

To make personal changes is to do too little. Only great movements, only collective action can save us now

Fernando Vegas: What is Socialism Nowadays? (II)

The best lesson taken from the French Revolution is to enhance Democracy and the more direct the better; Socialism is only possible moving side by side with Democracy

Marina Sitrin: The DNA of Occupy

Occupy has entered our DNA. It is in our forms of relating, organizing and being

Milan Rai: Demanding the Nearly-Impossible: Non-Reformist Reform

Strategy is about selecting a sequence of ‘limited victories’ that lead in the direction of your ultimate goal

Michael Albert: Futile Fatalism

Futile fatalism thrives when people think there is no alternative to capitalist business as usual

Jérôme Roos: Self-Organization In A Time Of Monsters

‘The Days Of Innocence Are Over’

Reinaldo Iturriza: The Vitality of the Revolution

The communal councils are spaces of common political construction

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