Anarchism Is Movement


  • Author: Tomás Ibáñez
  • Full Title: Anarchism Is Movement
  • Category: #books


  • The stimulus and incitement value that generalised insurrection might provide in a classical revolutionary imaginary is effectively replaced in a neoanarchist imaginary by an attraction to what could be called the continuous and immediate revolution. That is, revolution comes to be considered a constitutive dimension of subversive action itself. Revolution is conceived of as something that is anchored in the present and that it is not therefore something that is only desired and dreamed of as a future event, but is essentially lived.

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