richard on Tue, 27 May 2008 06:41:27 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Infrapolitics & the Nomadic Educational Machine


When I was doing a MA in Political Behaviour at Essex University in  
1978-9, I signed up for Michael Taylor's module on anarchism to  
discover the politics and theory celebrated in the Sex Pistols tune.  
It had to be more subversive than the socialist Left. However, after  
reading Mikhail Bakunin's proto-totalitarian musings, I knew that I  
definately was a Marxist not an anarchist! Within a year, I'd  
completed my switch to the other side of the split in the 1st  
International and joined the Labour left. What this student had learnt  
wasn't what my teacher had intended...


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