Organisation of the Organisationless: Collective Action After Networks
Author(s): Nunes, Rodrigo
Rejecting the dichotomy of centralism and horizontalism that has deeply marked millennial politics, Rodrigo Nunes’ close analysis of network systems demonstrates how organising within contemporary social and political movements exists somewhere between – or beyond – the two. Rather than the party or chaos, the one or the multitude, he discovers a ‘bestiary’ of hybrid organisational forms and practices that render such disjunctives false. The resulting picture shows how social and technical networks can and do facilitate strategic action and fluid distributions of power at the same time. It is by developing the strategic potentials that are already immanent to networks, he argues, that contemporary solutions to the question of organisation can be developed.
Nunes, Rodrigo: Organisation of the Organisationless: Collective Action After Networks. London: Mute 2014 (PML Books). DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/14006.
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