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84 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
The Pursuit of Abolition with Nathan Goodman
For the seventh installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with Nathan Goodman to discuss their article titled Abolition: An Economist’s Perspective (https://c4ss.org/content/54883). This article is a contribution to an upcoming C4SS anthology called Total Abolition: Police, Prisons, Borders, Empire. Tune in to learn how economics can contribute to the pursuit of abolition, and how self-governance is best realized through polycentricity and the market process. This fall, Nathan will become a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Economics at New York University, where he will be affiliated with the Program on the Foundations of the Market Economy. He earned his Ph.D. in economics at George Mason University, where he was a Ph.D. fellow with the Mercatus Center and a Graduate Fellow with the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. Nathan’s research broadly focuses on political economy, applied microeconomics, market process economics, New Institutional Economics, and defense economics. He analyzes how alternative institutional arrangements shape the provision of security. Nathan is also the former Lysander Spooner Research Scholar in Abolitionist Studies at C4SS.
75 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
The Monster That Exists with Jaimine
For the sixth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with the Jaimine to discuss two of his titled Social Statism called Caste (https://c4ss.org/content/54806). Without fearing the consequences, Jaimine writes boldly on a variety of topics including culture, hindutva, and economics. Jaimine made a political splash after spray painting “Taxation is Theft” on public walls in Mumbai, India, and was even interviewed by mainstream media in regards to the spectacle. He is currently in the process of completing his PhD in politics. Caste and Compatability https://www.thelipstickpolitico.in/post/caste-and-compatability-under-the-anuloma-sun-there-s-something-wrong-with-the-way-we-love At the intersection of rape and caste https://www.thelipstickpolitico.in/post/at-the-intersection-of-rape-and-caste-where-do-we-go-from-here Casteism inside RSS, a right-wing paramilitary org. https://jaiminism.substack.com/p/casteism-inside-rss-and-its-abhorrence Manual scavenging https://www.youthkiawaaz.com/2021/04/its-21st-century-and-casteist-manual-scavenging-still-continues/ Crematorium workers and their mental health https://www.youthkiawaaz.com/2021/04/why-are-we-not-talking-about-mental-health-and-safety-of-crematorium-workers/ Is Twitter casteist in India? https://www.youthkiawaaz.com/2021/05/twitter-india-suffers-from-caste-bias/
3 minutes | Jun 5, 2021
Teaser: Hadal Quadrants with Leslee Petersen
We have a very exciting announcement about a new show joining the C4SS podcast network! This Monday, we’ll be releasing the first episode of Hadal Quadrants with Leslee Peterson. If this teaser isn't enough for you, check out our most recent episode of the Outgroup, our Patron-only roundtable show. And tune in for the first episode of Hadal Quadrants this Monday, June 7th. The first episode will feature Kitty Stryker and Cathy Reisenwitz on sex work and SESTA/FOSTA and you can find it all the same places as our other shows, including Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, and more.
67 minutes | May 15, 2021
The Enrages - Embracing the Implications of Statelessness
For the fifth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with the Spooky to discuss two of their articles that are a part of an ongoing series. The first is titled Vulgar Anarcho- Communism: Pacifyint Anti- Statism (https://c4ss.org/content/53016) and the second, Vulgar Anarcho- Communism: What Left Unity Conceals (https://c4ss.org/content/54478). Spooky is a queer anarchist without adjectives, an egoist, former ancom, and former right-libertarian who now spends their time battling phantasms and vulgar libertarians on the left and right. Spooky's interests include the intersections of queer theory and individualist philosophy, how anthropology and psychology can improve our understanding of economics, and the effect of language in radical spaces.
53 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Next Time the Pendulum Swings (Part 2)
For the fourth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with the Tech Learning Collective to talk about their article titled, Imagining an Optimistic Cyber-Future, which is a creative exploration of radical strategies for a liberatory techno future. They also explore the impetus behind Tech Learning Collective and even offer some practical advice for those interested in carving paths toward a free digital world. - Read the article: https://c4ss.org/content/54188 - Tech Learning Collective Website: https://techlearningcollective.com/about/ - Subscribe for more content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOA3... - Help support C4SS: https://www.patreon.com/c4ssdotorg
47 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Next Time the Pendulum Swings (Part 1)
For the fourth installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson met with the Tech Learning Collective to talk about their article titled, Imagining an Optimistic Cyber-Future, which is a creative exploration of radical strategies for a liberatory techno future. They also explore the impetus behind the Tech Learning Collective and even offer some practical advice for those interested in carving paths toward a free digital world. - Read the article: https://c4ss.org/content/54188 - Tech Learning Collective Website: https://techlearningcollective.com/about/ - Subscribe for more content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOA3... - Help support C4SS: https://www.patreon.com/c4ssdotorg
49 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Infinite Possible Vectors of Progress
For the third installment of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson interviews Rai Ling, an Anarchist Without Adjectives interested in economics and markets. This episode explores their article, “Scarcity and Abundance Under Anarchism'' which was originally published at the Center for a Stateless Society on May 24th, 2020. The piece is an exploration of how anarchic, post-capitalist organizing might affect production and consumption trends, without making any explicit prescriptions on the content of anarchy. - Read the article: https://c4ss.org/content/52884 - Subscribe for more content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOA38--mWqKKdCAr6eFy-sA - Help support C4SS: https://www.patreon.com/c4ssdotorg
37 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Dragons To Slay
In the second episode of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson discusses with Eric Fleischmann their recent piece for C4SS “The End Is the Beginning: Abolition as Communicative Creation.” The conversation spans from the juxtaposition of violence and communication to the influence of violent institutions upon people to the importance of the dialectical method to the existing and potential alternatives to statism and capitalism and more. Eric Fleischmann (he/they), is a left-libertarian anarchist pursuing an undergrad double major in anthropology & philosophy and is currently working around cooperative food systems. He is a close affiliate of the Center for a Stateless Society, the self-described “logistics gremlin” for The Enragés, and a co-organizer of & contributor to upcoming books such as Defiant Insistence: David Graeber, Anarchist, Anthropologist, Fellow Worker (1961-2020) & TOTAL ABOLITION: Police, Prisons, Borders, Empire. In addition, he is a founding member of the leftist student activism group at his college, a member of the Industrial Workers of the World, and a member of the Union of Musicians and Allied Workers. He has also played in and currently plays in several punk, hardcore, and alternative bands/projects such as Consumerist, Soy., Manbitesdog, and NOPE. (Note: Eric meant to say “positive theories of power” not “positive theories of value” during his discussion of political nihilism and during his recommendation of Michel Foucault’s works.)
51 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
No Bosses, No Landlords, No Bureaucrats!
In this first episode of The Enragés, host Joel Williamson sits down with Kevin Carson to discuss Kevin’s recent piece on the Center for a Stateless Society website “The Myth of the Private Sector, Part I: Why Big-Small and Vertical-Horizontal Trumps ‘Public-Private’”—a conversion that spans from the role of government interference in the scale and structure of economic institutions to the definitions of “large” and “small” to possible right-libertarian objections to Kevin’s argument and beyond. Kevin Carson is a senior fellow of the Center for a Stateless Society (c4ss.org) and holds the Center's Karl Hess Chair in Social Theory. He is an anarchist without adjectives, heavily influenced by autonomism and the new municipalist movements. His written work includes Studies in Mutualist Political Economy, Organization Theory: A Libertarian Perspective, The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low-Overhead Manifesto, and The Desktop Regulatory State all of which are freely available online. His book Exodus: General Idea of the Revolution in the XXI Century is forthcoming. Carson has also written for such print publications as The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty and a variety of internet-based journals and blogs, including Just Things and The Art of the Possible, as well as his own blogs, Mutualist Blog and Tea, Earl Grey, Hot.
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