An interview with Kevin Carson.
Today, as you can see from the title, we bring you the first of two parts of an interview with Kevin Carson, a senior fellow at C4SS who holds the Karl Hess Chair in Social Theory. Recently there has been a translation of both his first book into Spanish, Studies in Mutualist Political Economy (by the Innisfree publishing house), and also a translation of recent work, such as the one done by Confederatio Think Tank of the C4SS study entitled: “Libertarian Municipalism: Networked Cities as Resilient Platforms for Post-Capitalist Transition.” Given the arrival of this and more content to the Spanish language, we saw ourselves in the search to do an interview with Kevin Carson, to update us on the progress of his ideas such as his current vision on different topics: from the current opinion of his book Studies in Mutualist Political Economy, on common goods as topics related to his new book Exodus, on the situation in Venezuela and Latin America for the development of interstitial movements, etc.
We are really very happy to have been able to do this comprehensive and diverse interview for the Spanish-speaking audience, and we hope that it can also reach people in other languages. With nothing more to say, enjoy the interview:
Categories: Economics/Class Relations