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Primary source collections. Open Access Content. Contact us. Sales contacts. Publishing contacts. Social Media Overview. Terms and Conditions. Privacy Statement. Login to my Brill account Create Brill Account. Narratives of anarchist and syndicalist history during the era of the first globalization and imperialism have overwhelmingly been constructed around a Western European tradition centered on discrete national cases.
This parochial perspective typically ignores transnational connections and the contemporaneous existence of large and influential libertarian movements in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Yet anarchism and syndicalism, from their very inception at the First International, were conceived and developed as international movements. By focusing on the neglected cases of the colonial and postcolonial world, this volume underscores the worldwide dimension of these movements and their centrality in anti-colonial and anti-imperialist struggles.
With a foreword by Benedict Anderson. E-Book PDF. Login via Institution. Prices from excl. VAT :. View PDF Flyer. Contents About. By: S. Hirsch and L. Van Der Walt. Pages: i—lxxiii. By: Anthony Gorman. Pages: 1—31 31 total. By: Lucien Van Der Walt. Pages: 33—94 62 total. By: Dongyoun Hwang. Pages: 95— 35 total. By: Arif Dirlik.
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Pages: — 31 total. Hirsch and Lucien Van Der Walt. Pages: — 18 total. Pages: — 19 total. Biographical Note Steven J. Currently is associate professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg. Researches and writes on the history of anarchism and working-class politics in Peru. Lucien van der Walt , Ph. San Francisco , volume 1 of Counter Power: new perspectives on global anarchism and syndicalism with Michael Schmidt. All in all, the collection is remarkable [ The essays they have gathered and carefully knitted together fill a major gap in the historiography and form an impressive and challenging scholarly achievement.
Although this is an academic text, grassroots activists will find it useful too. The book offers deep insights into society and history, and it highlights relevant historical experiences that could benefit social movements worldwide. Hirsch and Lucien van der Walt Index. All those interested in left and labour history, anarchism, syndicalism, radicalism, Marxism, nationalism, labour unions, race and nation, and anti-colonial struggles.
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Anarchism is a political theory, which is skeptical of the justification of authority and power, especially political power. Anarchism is usually grounded in moral claims about the importance of individual liberty. Anarchists also offer a positive theory of human flourishing, based upon an ideal of non-coercive consensus building. Anarchism has inspired practical efforts at establishing utopian communities, radical and revolutionary political agendas, and various forms of direct action. While philosophical anarchism describes a skeptical theory of political legitimation, anarchism is also a concept that has been employed in philosophical and literary theory to describe a sort of anti-foundationalism. Philosophical anarchism can mean either a theory of political life that is skeptical of attempts to justify state authority or a philosophical theory that is skeptical of the attempt to assert firm foundations for knowledge.
er and title-page it was called simply Anarcho-Syndicalism; but on the red jacket it was.:lescribed in more detail as. 'Anarcho-Syndica!ism: Theory & Practice.
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Published by Gordon Press in New York. Written in English. The text of the book can be found here. Get this from a library! Anarcho-syndicalism: [theory and practice].