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What is happening to our economy and our politics? Are we stuck forever in this corporate dystopia? What can we learn from the failures of radical politics over the last 100 years? Commandante Alpha talks in depth to experts from the fields of Political Economy, Politics, Science, Philosophy, Complexity, Mathematics, Music, and the Environment.

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What is happening to our economy and our politics? Are we stuck forever in this corporate dystopia? What can we learn from the failures of radical politics over the last 100 years? Commandante Alpha talks in depth to experts from the fields of Political Economy, Politics, Science, Philosophy, Complexity, Mathematics, Music, and the Environment.

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I like it a lot

By Deadforaminute - Mar 16 2020
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i do. (Hammer and Sickle emoji)

Great podcast!

By Popparedpill - Aug 05 2016
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Thanks for all the fantastic topics and interesting guests! Loved the White Isles

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60 Ratings
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I like it a lot

By Deadforaminute - Mar 16 2020
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i do. (Hammer and Sickle emoji)

Great podcast!

By Popparedpill - Aug 05 2016
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Thanks for all the fantastic topics and interesting guests! Loved the White Isles
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From Alpha To Omega

Latest release on Aug 08, 2020

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What is happening to our economy and our politics? Are we stuck forever in this corporate dystopia? What can we learn from the failures of radical politics over the last 100 years? Commandante Alpha talks in depth to experts from the fields of Political Economy, Politics, Science, Philosophy, Complexity, Mathematics, Music, and the Environment.

Rank #1: #108 Marx's Critique of Politics Part 1

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This week Grant from Swampside Chats and his friend David Rylance to the show to discuss Gary Teeples really brilliant book: “Marx’s Critique of Politics’. This is the first of a three parter, the last installment of which will be a patreon episode. Teeple’s book is really a Marxist tour de force in my opinion, and all good Marxists looking at the tawdry state of left politics today would do well to read it. We go off on a Brexit/UK Election tangent in this episode, but don’t worry, we return with great unfettered force to the main seam in the following parts.

Jan 11 2020

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Rank #2: #028 The Vanguard Party

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This weeks guest is the C Derick Varn, Poet, Lecturer, and resident of South Korea. Derick writes for ‘The (Dis)Loyal Opposition Blog’, and includes among his interests: alternative visions of the future, the failures of nationalist Marxism, early Leninism, and the relationship between anarchism and Marxism. We discuss the Russian revolution, the Vanguard Party and it's problems, the profound failures of the cultural revolution, and the emergence of decentralised movements like occupy and the 5-Star Movement. Derick has also just interviewed myself, for his Blog, where I get to expound a few of my own opinions for a change. If you are interested in reading these incoherent babbles, you can find them here: http://skepoet.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/interview-with-tom-obrien-one-marxism-mmt-and-the-eurozone-crisis/ Here is the link to his blog: http://skepoet.wordpress.com/ And you can also find him appearing regularly on the 'Pop The Left' Podcast with Doug Lain over at: http://douglaslain.com Enjoy!

Mar 23 2013

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Rank #3: UK Election Dung-heap Post Mortem

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Join us as the Emancipation network crew join me to analyse the UK election post-fight shit-show. The MacNair stuff never seemed so relevant.... Panelists: Lexi Dog Robot - Swampside Chats Kyle - General Intellect Unit Shane - General Intellect Unit

Dec 15 2019

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Rank #4: #057 The Physics Of Class

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This week I am delighted to welcome Gavin Mendel-Gleason to the show. Gavin works as a Post-Doctoral researcher in the computer science department at Dublin City University. Gavin also writes for the very interesting blog: Spirit of Contradiction, which focuses on various different aspects of leftist or socialist politics and theory. Gavin recently wrote a really interesting article on some empirical and theoretical evidence from the world Econophysics that chimes with Marx’s two-class analysis of capitalism. These results are extremely interesting and serve as another illumination of the accuracy and power of Marx’s work. We also talk about Gavin's experiences working as an anarchist activist in Ireland, and his journey from that to more formal party politics. You can find his blog here: http://spiritofcontradiction.eu/ The music featured on this show was: ‘The Order of the Pharaonic Jesters’ by Sun Ra and his Arkestra ‘Working Man’ by Rush ‘Top Hat, White Tie and Tails’ by Fred Astaire 'Time Will Tell' by The Lafayette Afro Rock Band ‘Water No Get Enemy’ by Fela Kuti

Dec 12 2014

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Rank #5: #095 Revolutionary Strategy w/ Mike MacNair

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This week we welcome Mike MacNair to the show. Mike is a long time political activist, author and Tutor in Law at St Hugh's College. He is also a regular contributor to the Weekly Worker newspaper. Today we discuss Mikes' seminal work: ‘Revolutionary Strategy: Marxism and the challenge of left Unity’. We talk about the history of the 20th century and how, as Marxists, we can hope to learn from its failures. We will be studying this book as part of our upcoming Reading Group series, so get yourself a copy - it’s an amazing book. You can buy it here: http://www.lulu.com/shop/mike-macnair/revolutionary-strategy/paperback/product-6225135.html And you can check out the Weekly Worker here: https://weeklyworker.co.uk/

Feb 17 2019

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Rank #6: #056 Essence and the Philosophy of Science

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This week I am delighted to welcome Thom Workman to the show, Professor of Political Science at the University of New Brunswick. Thom’s research explores the philosophical and sociological critiques of modernity, especially as these have developed over the post-Enlightenment era. In this episode we discuss the history of the Philosophy of Science, Marx’s understanding of science at the time of writing 'Das Kapital', Postmodernism, and how this notion of science has come under attack over the years, from various quarters, both from outside and within Marxism itself. Thom has also published a number of books, his latest called: ‘If You’re in My Way, I’m Walking: The Assault on Working People since 1970’. http://fernwoodpublishing.ca/book/if-youre-in-my-way-im-walking.

Nov 21 2014

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Rank #7: #118 Socialist Labour Time Planning w/ GIU Part 1

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This week we have a crossover episode with our Emancipation Network friends and comrades Shane and Kyle from General Intellect unit. This is part one of a two parter where we delve deep in the history, the theory, and future possibilities for Marx’s Labour Time Calculation. We use a recent paper by Seongjin Jeong, a Professor of Economics at Gyeongsang National University, called: ‘Soviet planning and the labor-time calculation model: implications for 21st-century socialism‘. We going on a proper deep dive in these two episodes… brace yourself Bridget.

Apr 25 2020

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Rank #8: #001 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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What better time to kick back and read some Marx than the middle of a pandemic. Grab your books ladies and gentlemen.... Panelists: C Derick Varn - Mortal Science, Pop The Left Ezri - Swampside Chats, Mortal Science James - Wax Cylinder Enthusiast Kyle - General Intellect Unit Artwork: https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848

Apr 18 2020

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Rank #9: #026: The Transformation Problem

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This week we welcome back Prof. Andrew Kliman to the show, where we discuss Marx’s value theory, his book ‘Reclaiming Marx’s Capital’ where he tries to dispel some of the myths surrounding Marx’s theories, and the Tendential Fall in the Rate of Profit. I've recently just finished his book, and would recommend it to anyone wishing to get a deeper understanding of the issues we discuss in this show. You can find the Professors books here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Andrew-Kliman/e/B001JSALNS/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1 And here is his website: http://akliman.squarespace.com/ Enjoy!

Feb 23 2013

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Rank #10: #034 Revolutionary Strategy Series

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This week more of boss level Chapter 9: ’Republican Democracy’. We argue about the concept of communist universal military training, self government of the localities, and the world of cybernetics. Panelists: C Derick Varn - Pop The Left / Symptomatic Redness Kyle - General Intellect Unit Lexi Dog Robot - Swampside Chats Sophie - Trans Trans Revolution

Dec 21 2019

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Rank #11: #068 Knowing The Future

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This week I am delighted to welcome back Derick Varn to the show. After listening to the previous show about Cultural Marxism with Doug Lain, Derick sent me an email saying he’d like to come on the show and give his two cents. What followed was a wide ranging discussion on ideology, value theory, and the historical emergence of capitalism. We also discussed the possibility of a revolutionary movement based on a system without abstract value, Marx’s critique of the Gotha Program, and Star Trek as a Marxist Tract. And top of all that, the possible productivity of a communist state, game theory and alternative histories, and the Spanish revolution. You can find Derick’s blog here: https://symptomaticcommentary.wordpress.com/ You can find Derick’s and Amogh’s Podcast here: http://sympthomaticredness.libsyn.com/ The music on this episode was: 'The Order of the Pharaonic Jesters' by Sun Ra and his Arkestra 'If Not For Money' - The Wytches

Apr 13 2016

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Rank #12: #019: Marx & MMT

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This week we hold a chat with Professor Mathew Forstater of the University of Missouri-Kansas City. We talk about the role of primitive accumulation in the rise of capitalism, how government taxes were a tool of primitive accumulation in the colonies, and how it continues to work it's magic in today's economic system. Marx's thoughts on fiat currency get a hearing, as does the role of America’s deficit and their government debt. For our US listeners, it explains the stupidity of the current 'Grand Bargain' Obama has under negotiation, the ideology of it all, and the likely outcomes. Enjoy!

Nov 21 2012

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Rank #13: #026 Revolutionary Strategy Series

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This week we continue with Chapter 8: ’Political Consciousness’ and get into the weeds on the role of the international and critique Lenin’s revolutionary strategy. The panelists are: Kyle - General Intellect Unit Lexi - Swampside Chats Pouya - Lord of the Serfs

Oct 14 2019

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Rank #14: #014 Revolutionary Strategy Series

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This week we continue our examination of Chapter Five: ‘Communist Strategy and the Party Form’. We are joined again this week by Sophie of Trans Trans Revolution, Lexi of Swampside Chats, C Derick Varn of Symptomatic Redness, and Dan, friend of the show.

Jun 20 2019

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Rank #15: #054 Councils Upon Councils

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This week I am glad to welcome C. Derrick Varn back to the show. We discuss the council communism and the Ultra-left, a man who told Stalin where to go and survived, autonomous Marxism and the Occupy Movement, and the failure of revolutions. Enjoy! The music and voice used on this show are: ‘The Order of the Pharaonic Jesters’ by Sun Ra and his Arkestra Paul D'Amato discussing the life and work of Antonio Gramsci ‘The Charleston’ by Django Reinhart 'Working Class Hero' by John Lennon 'Destroy Everything' by Dr. Peacock & Repix 'Wild Colonial Boy' by Tommy Makem and The Clancy Brothers.

Sep 22 2014

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Rank #16: #049 Cold Fusion, Brains, and Computers

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This week I am delighted to welcome back to the show, the renowned mathematician and computer-scientist, Prof Gregory Chaitin. We discuss his new paper: 'Conceptual Complexity and Algorithmic Information', which details his thoughts on a new theory of the brain, and what it would mean for consciousness. We also talked about another passion of the Professor - low energy nuclear reactions, or as it is more commonly known, ‘Cold-Fusion’. In the past episodes, we've talked with a number of people about the coming energy and environmental crises. Now we get a chance to hear some positive news from the more eclectic end of the research spectrum. You can find the paper we discuss here: https://www.academia.edu/5793769/Conceptual_complexity_and_algorithmic_information The Professors website is here: https://ufrj.academia.edu/GregoryChaitin And you can find all his books over here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gregory-J.-Chaitin/e/B001HCZCA8/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1 Enjoy!

May 20 2014

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Rank #17: #003: Sex, Lies, & Economics

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This week we are joined by Professor Michael Perelman of the California State University, Chico. He is an economist and economic historian of the Marxian bent, a prolific author, and the writer of the award-wining blog 'Unsettling Economics'. We start off with a discussion of his upcoming book: 'Sex, Lies, & Economics', which tells the story of the zany, dishonest, violent, and hugely prolific lives of the early great economists. We also talk about Cromwell, the Scottish Highland clearances, duelling with butchers axes in darkened basements, the potato, Gulliver's Travels, the East-Asian tiger economies, the end of Empire, and how to use cucumbers as an energy source. Make sure to check out the Professor's blog at: http://michaelperelman.wordpress.com/ And while your at it, why not buy one of his books as well: http://www.amazon.com/Michael-Perelman/e/B001ITVL14/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1335443472&sr=8-1 The show also features the music of 'w@rd', a listener and anti-authoritarian, folk-punk, protest musician. You can find more of his music here: http://www.reverbnation.com/wardnc Over and Out.

Apr 26 2012

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Rank #18: #002 Revolutionary Strategy Series

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Today we continue our reading of ‘Revolutionary Strategy - Marxism and the Challenge of Left Unity’ and grapple with the 1st chapter - ‘Marxism as a Political Strategy’ which lays out the traditional political strategy as laid out by Marx & Engels and refined by Kautsky. Panelists: Lexi & Donald - Swampside Chats C Derick Varn - Symptomatic Redness Emanuel - En Forlorad Sak Ian Szabo

Mar 03 2019

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Rank #19: #006 Revolutionary Strategy Series

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We continue with our reading of the second chapter - ‘Reform Coalition or Mass Strike’’ with panel stalwarts Lexi, and Grant of Swampside Chats. We give the Mass Strike strategy espoused by Rosa Luxembourg et al a thorough hauling over the coals.

Mar 31 2019

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Rank #20: #100 The TSSI and the Critics w/ Andrew Kliman

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That's right! It's episode #100! It’s been over seven years since the first episode in April 2012. I’d like to thank all the listeners for listening to and supporting the show over the years - I couldn’t have kept it going without you all. This week we are excited to welcome back Prof. Andrew Kliman to the show, as Lexi and myself spill our thoughts on the TSSI series that concluded a few months past and we pick the good professors brain on a number of issues

Aug 05 2019

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#010 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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We continue with the barnstormer that is Chapter 4 - ‘The Rise of Louis Bonaparte’, and yearn for the arrival of Benjamin Sisko.

Aug 08 2020

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#009 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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We begin Chapter 3 - ‘The Rise of Louis Bonaparte’. The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848 Panelists: Derrick - Mortal Science Emmanuel - Swedish Sommelier Ezri - Swampside Chats James - Wax Cylinder Enthusiast Kyle - General Intellect Unit Sophie - Jumpsuit Utopia

Aug 01 2020

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#128 Vibing on Crisis w/ Dickophrenic and PostCyborg Pt. 2 - TEASER

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Today, we have part two of our discussion with Dick Hunsinger & Nathan Eisenberg about capitals over-accumulation crisis and the role US society is going to play in all of this in the coming years. https://cosmonaut.blog/2020/06/08/mask-off-crisis-struggle-in-the-pandemic/ https://twitter.com/dickophrenic https://twitter.com/postcyborg

Jul 28 2020

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#127 Vibing on Crisis w/ Dickophrenic & PostCyborg Pt. 1

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This week we are joined by Dick Hunsinger & Nathan Eisenberg. We discuss their recent article ‘Mask Off: Crisis & Struggle in the Pandemic’ and the general decay of US hegemony and the future of capitalism. https://cosmonaut.blog/2020/06/08/mask-off-crisis-struggle-in-the-pandemic/ https://twitter.com/dickophrenic https://twitter.com/postcyborg Profit vs S&P Graph: https://twitter.com/FromAlpha2Omega/status/1287714748134555650/photo/1 EPS vs Nasdaq Graph: https://twitter.com/FromAlpha2Omega/status/1279357754545709056/photo/1

Jul 27 2020

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#008 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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We conclude Chapter 3 - ‘The Defeat of the Petit Bourgeois Democracy’. The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848 Panelists: Emmanuel - Swedish Sommelier Ezri - Swampside Chats Kyle - General Intellect Unit Sophie - Jumpsuit Utopia

Jul 20 2020

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#126 Eco-Reactionary John Michael Greer

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We speak with Greg Belvedere, the man behind the ‘Rebel Bass’ youtube channel and contributor to Current Affairs. In a bit of a blast from the past for this pod, we take a deep dive into the collapse/peak-oil scene and discuss Greg’s video on the eco-reactionary John Michael Greer.

Jul 11 2020

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#007 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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We continue Marx’s lambasting of the social democrats in Chapter 3 - ‘The Defeat of the Petit Bourgeois Democracy’. Charles and Camilla acting weird: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqtOA2GdsV4 The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848 Panelists: C Derick Varn - Symptomatic Redness Ezri - Swampside Chats James Knight - Wax Cylinder Expert Kyle - General Intellect Unit Sophie - Jumpsuit Utopia

Jul 06 2020

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#006 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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We jump into the white hot burning fire of Marx’s critique of the social democrats that is Chapter 3 - ‘The Defeat of the Petit Bourgeois Democracy’. The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848 Panelists: C Derick Varn - Symptomatic Redness Kyle - General Intellect Unit Ezri - Swampside Chats

Jun 27 2020

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#125 The CHAZ/CHOP w/ Ben Lain - TEASER

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Today, we speak with Ben Lain, who recently returned home from a 2 day trip to the CHAZ/CHOP in Seattle.

Jun 24 2020

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#005 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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This week we continue our analysis of Chapter 2 - ‘The Downfall of the Republicans’. The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848 Panelists: C Derick Varn - Symptomatic Redness Kyle - General Intellect Unit Ezri - Swampside Chats

Jun 23 2020

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#124 Prefigurative Politics w/ Red Plateaus

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Today we speak with Paul and Eivind, the brains behind the ‘Red Plateaus’ youtube channel. We discuss their excellent recent video on ‘Pre-figurative Politics’ and why this concept is so important for our revolutionary politics. Paul is the co-author of the recent book on the topics: Prefigurative Politics: Building Tomorrow Today. This was recorded a few weeks ago, before the outbreak of the BLM protests across the US. Book: https://www.wiley.com/en-gb/Prefigurative+Politics%3A+Building+Tomorrow+Today-p-9781509535910 Twitter: https://twitter.com/RPlateaus Youtube: youtube.com/c/redplateaus Patreon: patreon.com/redplateaus

Jun 13 2020

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#123 The US Revolution II - The Sequel

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An emergency Emancipation network collaboration on the staggering political developments stateside.... FEEL THE POWER!

Jun 03 2020

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#122 Strategy Re-dux Part 2 w/ Mike MacNair TEASER

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We continue our questioning of Mike MacNair, the man responsible for the Revolutionary Strategy Series...

Jun 01 2020

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#121 Strategy Re-dux Part 1 w/ Mike MacNair

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This week I’m delighted to welcome back Mike MacNair to the show. Mike is an Associate Professor of Law at St Hugh’s College Oxford, and the man responsible for the behemoth that was the ‘Revolutionary Strategy Series’. This is the first of a two parter where we I get to ask Mike some questions raised by reading and discussion of his seminal work

May 31 2020

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#004 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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This week we start Chapter 2 - ‘The Downfall of the Republicans’. Panelists: C Derick Varn - Symptomatic Redness Emmanuel - Swedish Sommelier Ezri - Swampside Chats Kyle - General Intellect Unit The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848

May 23 2020

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#003 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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We conclude our reading of Chapter 1 - ‘Feb. 1848 to Dec. 1851’. The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848 Panelists: C Derick Varn - Symptomatic Redness Kyle - General Intellect Unit Ezri - Swampside Chats

May 17 2020

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#002 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

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We continue our reading of Chapter 1 - Feb. 1848 to Dec. 1851. The artwork for the show was created by the Korean artist, and author of the 2019 Marx/Engels Illustration book. https://www.deviantart.com/rono1848 https://twitter.com/RN_fortuna https://www.patreon.com/rono1848 Panelists: C Derick Varn - Symptomatic Redness Kyle - General Intellect Unit Ezri - Swampside Chats James - Wax Cylinder Expert

May 09 2020

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#120 Marx and Credit Money w/ Simon Mouatt - TEASER

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Our guest is Simon Mouatt, Associate Professor Emeritus at the University of Chichester Business School. We discuss his paper: ‘Can Sequential and Non-Dualistic Interpretation of Marx’s Monetary Thought be Synthesised with the Endogenous Money Paradigm?’ from ‘Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory’. Our discussion runs the gamut from Oil Shocks to the neurality of money to planned capitalist economies.

May 03 2020

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#119 Socialist Labour Time Planning w/ GIU Part 2

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This week we have part two of our Socialist Labour Time Planning crossover special with our comrades Shane and Kyle from the General Intellect Unit podcast. This discussion is based around a reading of a recent paper by Seongjin Jeong, Professor of Economics at Gyeongsang National University, called: ‘Soviet planning and the labor-time calculation model: implications for 21st-century socialism‘.

May 02 2020

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#118 Socialist Labour Time Planning w/ GIU Part 1

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This week we have a crossover episode with our Emancipation Network friends and comrades Shane and Kyle from General Intellect unit. This is part one of a two parter where we delve deep in the history, the theory, and future possibilities for Marx’s Labour Time Calculation. We use a recent paper by Seongjin Jeong, a Professor of Economics at Gyeongsang National University, called: ‘Soviet planning and the labor-time calculation model: implications for 21st-century socialism‘. We going on a proper deep dive in these two episodes… brace yourself Bridget.

Apr 25 2020

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iTunes Ratings

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I like it a lot

By Deadforaminute - Mar 16 2020
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i do. (Hammer and Sickle emoji)

Great podcast!

By Popparedpill - Aug 05 2016
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Thanks for all the fantastic topics and interesting guests! Loved the White Isles