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Dispersing Power: Social Movements as Anti-State Forces by Raul Zibechi
As is evident, these are two versions of the same project: For Marx, communism zibech as a potential within capitalist society. The tension goes to the limit emancipationbut has no limits or limitations, except that of the tension itself.
But this means eliminating the instrumentalism of the means. Feb 14, Mainzer rated it it was amazing. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Potency expands as it forms and creates relationships—which are manifestations of emancipatory power. One of the prominent themes in Dispersing Power is the way the movement in El Alto functions to do just that. Morgan rated it it was amazing May 29, It rispersing not the ritual demonstrations and marches that change people; but certainly, zigechi some cases, street actions can embody the potencies of change.
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During the best experiences one can sense a tension to overcome limits. Of particular interest for first world activists and scholars, Dispersing Power describes how the presence of hundreds of development NGOs in Indigenous territories in Ecuador have generated significant stumbling blocks for Indigenous resistance.
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Lists with This Book. Even more inspiring than the practical exploits, though, are the theoretical innovations of the movements, which Zibechi highlights, giving us new understandings of community, political organization, institution, and a series of other concepts vital to contemporary political thought.
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