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    http://www.carrodecombate.com/2015/03...alla-cultural-hacia-el-consumo-crtico
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  2. Fortunately, nature shows a path forward. Complex systems exist in biology, too, where they have been tuned for robustness and function by eons of evolution. These systems share common characteristics such as decentralized power, redundancy, inclusion, and diversity that could inspire the creation of robust and functional human-made systems. Thus, our path to maximal wellbeing (and perhaps even survival) may well go through purposeful, consciously-designed, flexible decision-making systems that mimic what we find in biology.

    The next generation of political and economic systems may look very different from the ones we know today.

    The next generation of political and economic systems may look very different from the ones we know today.
    http://foreignpolicy.com/2015/03/16/r...cracy-participatory-reform-capitalism
    Tags: , , por arriazu (2015-03-19)
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    http://www.enriquedans.com/2014/12/as...urando-proyectos-de-crowdfunding.html
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  4. A las decenas de pequeñas cooperativas, tiendas de comercio justo y cafés-restaurante organizadas de manera asamblearia y autogestionada, sin jerarquías ni propietarios, vinieron a sumarse nuevas iniciativas surgidas a partir de las protestas de los indignados griegos desa­rrolladas en la plaza Syntagma de Atenas en 2011. Su impulso procedió del mismo tejido social de los barrios, de las asambleas vecinales, de los grupos de mujeres o de trabajadores desempleados que apostaron por fórmulas cooperativas para poner en marcha pequeñas empresas o reflotar las quebradas.
    https://www.diagonalperiodico.net/glo...4000-grecia-la-hora-alternativas.html
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  5. Es una imbecilidad demonizar, como hacen algunos demagogos del cooperativismo, la obtención de beneficios para los propietarios de los medios de producción si estos propietarios son los trabajadores y las plusvalías se destinan al desarrollo del mercado social en beneficio de todos. La injusticia no está en la generación de riqueza sino en la pobreza. La existencia de un mercado de bienes y capitales no es en sí mismo una injusticia, sino que lo es su apropiación privada, por los efectos negativos que produce en el hombre y en el medio, tal como sucede en el capitalismo. Como también es todo un despropósito poner trabas legales a la libre competencia entre sociedades cooperativas y sociedades mercantiles por lo que respecta a su constitución y capitalización, que impida el crecimiento de las primeras, en base a una irreductible subjetividad política por parte de los legisladores o los inspiradores de tales leyes desde posiciones de izquierda.
    http://nexe.coop/nexe/index.php?optio...l-capitalisme&catid=41:textos&lang=es
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  6. Si, hay explotación. Si, hay enorme desigualdad. Si, faltan recursos. ¿Pero por que?. Si en una ciudad de medio millón de habitantes hay una sola panadería pueden subir el precio del pan cuando quieran y cuanto quieran y sera mas caro el kilo de pan que comprarse una camisa; pero a ese ritmo nada puede evitar que se abran varias panaderías que quieren ganar dinero haciendo pan y vender mas en cantidad ofreciendo precios mas bajos. Entonces la gente GANA ahorrando y la competencia acerca cada vez mas el precio del pan a su valor, además de que los que compramos pan tenemos mas poder si tenemos que “discutir” con un panadero del barrio que si hay que quejarse al mayordomo de un magnate de la harina. Ahora hay cinco panaderías. El Mr. Burns panadero no tiene la valentía para ir a dispararle a sus competidores o secuestrar a los compradores pero si para llamar a su amigo el alcalde. Misteriosamente llegan las regulaciones, inspecciones, cobros de impuestos por no decir licencias que en este caso no se aplican. Las panaderías que están en pie pueden resistirlo, principalmente el viejo monopolio. Alguna se fundirá. Pero cuando sea mas dificultoso abrir nuevas panaderías las 3 o 4 que existen ya no necesitan competir, pueden reunirse felizmente a decidir cuanto dinero nos timaran cada dia.
    http://kaosenlared.net/secciones/s/hu...-anarquista-por-santiago-de-dios.html
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  7. Anthony Gregory - 1/29/2005

    If libertarians can explain that the right actually opposes free markets, but instead embraces corporatism and state capitalism, the battle to win them over will be half-won. One reason they don't like markets is because people like Bush pretend to like them, but I think the left is catching on.

    For years, I think libertarians have tried to convince the left that the right was actually correct on economics. This is the wrong strategy.
    http://hnn.us/blog/9890#comment-51740
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    http://cointelegraph.com/news/112388/...roof-of-burn-as-it-nears-beta-release
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  9. We market anarchists get our name from the fact that, unlike libertarian communists, syndicalists and other explicitly non-market anarchists, we see voluntary market exchange as one perfectly valid way of organizing economic life. But that doesn’t mean that the cash nexus will be the predominant form of organization in a stateless society. Indeed, as David Graeber has shown in Debt, the cash nexus becomes the dominant way of organizing economic life only in societies based on military conquest and slavery.

    As anarchists we envision as society in which all functions are organized, in Kropotkin’s words, by “free agreements concluded between the various groups, territorial and professional, freely constituted for the sake of production and consumption, as also for the satisfaction of the infinite variety of needs and aspirations of a civilized being.” This includes markets. It also includes social and gift economies, peer production and horizontal networks of all kinds.
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    Markets are best suited to the sphere of production and distribution involving goods which are replicable, but only at a cost in effort. But even within this sphere of goods produced by human labor which are in elastic supply, goods and services which are most suited to small-scale production might very well be organized outside the cash nexus, through various primary social organizations: Lodges and friendly societies, extended family or multi-family compounds and cohousing projects, neighborhood associations, intentional communities, and other social units for pooling income, costs and risks.
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    Even in the case of production for the cash nexus, in a genuinely free society without artificial property rights, artificial scarcities, monopolies and other privileges enforced by the state, we can expect cooperative and self-managed forms of production to be much more common than at present, and to take place in an atmosphere where most workers have the option to retire on the commons for some time and refuse work offers not to their liking (as did English peasants before Enclosure, who could take agricultural wage labor or leave it and subsist on the commons).
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    Market anarchists, like all anarchists, start from the assumption of ordinary people encountering each other as equals, and deciding without coercion how best to work together to meet their mutual needs. This may be by exchanging the products of their labor, by producing cooperatively or by sharing. The main thing, as anarchist David Graeber has argued, is that whatever forms of organization emerge will do so through an open-ended process of interaction among equals, in which no party can call on armed force to compel others to obey their will.
    http://c4ss.org/content/30862
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