Tag Archives: Accelerationism

Altermodernity and Modes of Knowledge

Modernity: Capitalist and Socialist When we speak of a multi-scaled, meshworked subject such as the Marxist proletariat or the post-Autonomist’s “multitude”, we instantly confront ourselves with a host of problems. The first of these is the distribution of these agents … Continue reading

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Glimpses of the Future: Personal Reflections on Accelerationist Politics

(In which I continue to lecture myself, in continuation of my previous post) I came into contact with Accelerationism shortly after Occupy the way I imagine many people did – through the writings of former CCRUnaut Mark Fisher, primarily through … Continue reading

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#Automate

From the occupation at the University of Warwick:

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The Poet and the Assassin: Control and Cosmos in “A Thousand Plateaus”

The two volumes of Capitalism and Schizophrenia have been read many ways: a critique of psychoanalysis, an exercise in nomadic thought, a foreshadow of chaos theory and the sciences of complexity, holistic texts packed with hermetic encoding. Anti-Oedipus in particular … Continue reading

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An Information Guerrilla Reader

To continue the thread began in The Posthuman and the Information Guerrilla and followed in Informatic Guerrilla Warfare, the DIU presents “An Information Guerrilla Reader”, a somewhat haphazard text-dump that will elucidate some aspects of what this figure could look like, while … Continue reading

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Ironic Accelerationism

From the weird worlds of the forgotten 90s and early 2000s avant-politico subcultures: Decadent Action are a High Street anarchist-guerrilla organisation whose main aim is to destroy the capitalist system by a leisurely campaign of good living and overspending. We … Continue reading

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The Posthuman and the Information Guerrilla

The Posthuman Steve Hickman has a great new post up over at Dark Ecologies, musing on the inevitable transition taking place around us, a fractal mutation at the center of the question of what it means to be human in … Continue reading

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