Post de Mark Purcell sobre el “abandono del estado”. Sus articulos sobre el derecho a la ciudad son muy lúcidos y clarificadores.
Communists Like Us isn’t all that good. It is sloppy, vague, jargony, and contradicts itself. It seems very much like Negri and Guattari often couldn’t agree, and at those points they obfuscated their argument with hard-to-parse sentences.
But they do have some very good lines on the relationship between the communist movement and the State. “The traditional workers’ movement,” they say, “wanted…the conquest of state power [and] then the progressive disappearance of the State.” G&N argue that
the first basic task of the revolutionary communist movement consists in having done with this sort of conception and affirming the movement’s radical separation not only from the state but…more fundamentally, from the very model of the capitalist state and all its successors…(p. 96).
Communists must develop their own forms of organization, and they must manage their economic and political affairs directly, for themselves.
The state, for its part, can live out its…
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