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America, Internet, and Party: *T N HALE We nee to talk okoy Activism - Amadeo Bordiga Featured Posted By Alias Recluse Nov 23 2014 22:06 Tags Amadeo Bordiga activism, class struggle, Marxism The 'Madurization' of Chavismo: anarchist statement on Venezuela Statement from the Anarchist Federation of Central America and the Caribbean on the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, its origins, and the need to resist both the Bolivarian government and its right-.. Share Tweet Related ERMIT YOU TO VOTE AWAY THEIR WEALTH Theory and action in Marxist doctrine- Amadeo Bordiga Bordiga versus Pannekoek Antagonism Resolution of the conference of the Abstentionist Communist Fraction of the Italian Socialist Party Bordigism- Antonio ACH NAR Beyond the Scottish referendum Mike Sabot A look at the 2014 referendum on Scottish independence written by Edinburgh Anarchist Federation member, Mike Sabot, in a personal capacity, criticising both the Yes and No campaigns Comments (17) In this short article first published in 1952, Amaded Bordiga addresses the question of "activism"'as "an the nkon Boioa illness of the workers movement" that exaggerates (1926-1946)- Philippe the "possibilities of the subjective factors of the Bourrinet class struggle" and neglects theoretical preparation, which he claims is of paramount importance because of the need for consciousness to be "expressed in the class party, which is in the last analysis the determinant factor of the transformation of the bourgeois crisis into the revolutionary catastrophe of all of society", claiming furthermore that, "in the party, consciousness precedes action, unlike what takes place among the masses and at the level of the individual." An important book the unknown Bordiga Attached files Drop ot Tune in! -AngryWorkersWorld hot autumn/winter plans We're back from our tour and want to invite you to come out to Greenford, West-London or a similarly remote corner of the internet to hatch some wicked plans. The ideas we came up with so far... Comments (1)
America, Internet, and Party: *T N HALE
 We nee
 to talk
 okoy

 Activism - Amadeo Bordiga
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 Posted By
 Alias Recluse
 Nov 23 2014 22:06
 Tags
 Amadeo Bordiga
 activism, class struggle,
 Marxism
 The 'Madurization' of Chavismo: anarchist
 statement on Venezuela
 Statement from the Anarchist Federation of
 Central America and the Caribbean on the
 ongoing crisis in Venezuela, its origins, and the
 need to resist both the Bolivarian government
 and its right-..
 Share
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 ERMIT YOU
 TO VOTE AWAY
 THEIR WEALTH
 Theory and action in
 Marxist doctrine-
 Amadeo Bordiga
 Bordiga versus
 Pannekoek
 Antagonism
 Resolution of the
 conference of the
 Abstentionist
 Communist Fraction of
 the Italian Socialist
 Party
 Bordigism- Antonio
 ACH
 NAR
 Beyond the Scottish referendum Mike Sabot
 A look at the 2014 referendum on Scottish
 independence written by Edinburgh Anarchist
 Federation member, Mike Sabot, in a personal
 capacity, criticising both the Yes and No
 campaigns
 Comments (17)
 In this short article first published in 1952, Amaded
 Bordiga addresses the question of "activism"'as "an the nkon Boioa
 illness of the workers movement" that exaggerates (1926-1946)- Philippe
 the "possibilities of the subjective factors of the Bourrinet
 class struggle" and neglects theoretical preparation,
 which he claims is of paramount importance
 because of the need for consciousness to be
 "expressed in the class party, which is in the last
 analysis the determinant factor of the
 transformation of the bourgeois crisis into the
 revolutionary catastrophe of all of society", claiming
 furthermore that, "in the party, consciousness
 precedes action, unlike what takes place among the
 masses and at the level of the individual."
 An important book
 the unknown Bordiga
 Attached files
 Drop ot Tune in! -AngryWorkersWorld hot
 autumn/winter plans
 We're back from our tour and want to invite you
 to come out to Greenford, West-London or a
 similarly remote corner of the internet to hatch
 some wicked plans. The ideas we came up with
 so far...
 Comments (1)