Riff-Raff

Communism of Attack and Communism of Withdrawal - Marcel

Text by Marcel first published in Riff-Raff #7 (summer 2005) which prompted a number of responses; this is a "rough" translation produced by Riff-Raff.

Sic: international journal for communisation

Online archive of Sic, a journal about communisation produced jointly by Endnotes in the UK/US, Blaumachen in Greece, Théorie Communiste in France, Riff-Raff in Sweden, and certain more or less informal theoretical groups in the US (New York and San Francisco) and various individuals in France, Germany and elsewhere.

Riff-Raff No. 9: Communisation

Issue 9 of Riff-Raff, a Swedish journal influenced by left communist and autonomist Marxist strains, published in spring 2011.

Interview with Roland Simon

An interview with Roland Simon of Théorie communiste. Appeared in riff-raff no. 8.

Sic 1.1 - Further remarks

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Further remarks and discussion on The Present Moment from Sic 1

Introduction to ‘A reply to Aufheben’ - A former member of Aufheben

A reply from a former member of Aufheben to Theorie Communiste. Previous entries in this debate can be found in Riff-Raff No. 8.

Riff-Raff No. 8: Communist Theory Beyond the Ultra-Left

Issue 8 of Riff-Raff, a Swedish journal influenced by left communist and autonomist Marxist strains, published in autumn 2006.

Introduction to Riff-Raff No. 8

Introduction to the 8th issue of Riff-Raff.

Riff-Raff No. 7: Critique of political organisation

Issue 7 of Riff-Raff, a Swedish journal influenced by left communist and autonomist Marxist strains, published in summer 2005.

Riff-Raff No. 6: The Theory of Decline or the Decline of Theory?

Issue 6 of Riff-Raff, a Swedish journal influenced by left communist and autonomist Marxist strains, published in summer 2004.