Endnotes 4 September 2015
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Endnotes is a journal/book series published by a discussion group based in Germany, the UK and the US. It is primarily oriented towards conceptualising the conditions of possibility of a communist overcoming of the capitalist mode of production--and of the multiple structures of domination which pattern societies characterised by that mode of production--starting from present conditions. As such it has been concerned with debates in communist theory, and particularly the problematic of "communisation"; the question of gender and its abolition; the analysis of contemporary struggles, movements and political economy; the dynamics of surplus population and its effects on capital and class; capitalist formations of "race"; value-form theory and systematic dialectics; the revolutionary failures and impasses of the 20th Century. Endnotes 4 (Unity In Separation) includes: Survey of the global situation; Balance sheet of the 20th century left and the worker's movement; Black Lives Matter; Balkan Spring; Chris Wright on US suburbanism; and Abject subjects and surplus populations.
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