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ziq OP wrote

so they think 'post-left' anarchy is a philosophy while marxism is too special to be a philosophy and so is instead an 'analysis'? did i get that right?

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Fool wrote

Just to continuing from "Daisy's" comment in some ways Post-Left is more Marxist.

For example:

Bey’s work is described by Simon Sellars as ‘a potent brew of mysticism, historical narratives, autonomous Marxist politics and French critical theory’. He explicitly sees himself as continuing the struggle waged by Situationism and Italian autonomia.

Immediatism is laden with Post-Marxist ideas.

The post-lefts really were into their Marxism.

Vaneigem's text still inspires anarchists around the world. And the reason we decided to serialize the original translation of his Treatise in Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed back in the '80s.

  • Jason McQuinn

I'll finish this with a far older quote.

Do not make any idols.

  • Anonymous (attributed to God)

And a newer quote

Your god is dead, and no one cares.

  • Trent Reznor, "Heresy"
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