You don’t understand anarchist economics until you have read David Graeber and Kevin Carson. By Kevin Carson Center for a Stateless Society It’s conventional to start an obituary article with a brief biographical summary, so here it is.
Carson defends himself against the an-syns and bashes paleolibs along the way. By Kevin Carson Center for a Stateless Society Most of the hatred directed at Center for a Stateless Society these days comes from the paleo-conservatives at Mises.org and LewRockwell.com, and their almost indistinguishable friends on the […]
Two writers that have influenced my own thinking as much as any others are Noam Chomsky and Kevin Carson. Chomsky has probably influenced my thinking on international relations to a greater degree than any other writer on the topic, and Carson has probably influenced my thinking on economics […]
This seems to be a serious, thoughtful critique of the “Green New Deal” idea from a fairly conventional left-anarchist perspective (although Carson is an individualist/mutualist/AWA, not an an-com). The ATS theoretical model and strategic paradigm is oriented toward global revolutionary struggle against the new Rome (i.e. the global […]
A pretty basic but good critique of “vulgar libertarianism.” No, the corporate class is not our friend. Kevin Carson joins us to discuss the depths of capitalism and if the possibility for a post-capitalism world exists. Listen here.
By Kevin Carson Center for a Stateless Society Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams. Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Without Work (London and New York: Verso, 2015, 2016). I approached this book with considerable eagerness and predisposed to like it. It belongs to a broad milieu of […]
As with the Gillis article, I find the general tone of this Kevin Carson piece to be overly hysterical. Other than that, these are some damn good ideas. Why can’t the libertarian left exercise this level of revolutionary zeal all the time? By Kevin Carson Center for a […]