Découvrir les filons libertaires du socialisme = Discovering the libertarian veins of socialism

2019-09-30T10:40:58Z (GMT) by Ruth Kinna
Ruth Kinna begins by identifying in the writings of Kropotkin and William Morris two contrasting figures of the « constructive tension » that has linked anarchist theories and socialism. Asked about the contemporary transformations of anarchism in Britain, she discusses the relationship between direct action and anti-parliamentarianism, suggesting that anarchists would seem to have lost out in the debate on the role of parliamentarism in the 20th century. She also reviews her work on utopian socialisms, hinting at the equivocal but irreplaceable resources of utopia.