Общая идея революции в XXI веке

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General Idea of the Revolution in the Twenty-First Century

Общая идея революции в XXI веке

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Humanity has had to live, and civilization to develop, for six thousand years, under this inexorable system, of which the first term is Despair and the last Death. What secret power has sustained it? What force has enabled it to survive? What principles, what ideas, renewed the blood that flowed forth under the poniard of authority, ecclesiastic and secular?

«Человечество выживало и цивилизация развивалась в течение шести тысяч лет, под этой неумолимой системой, в которой первое слагаемое - отчаяние, и последнее - смерть. Какая же тайная сила вынесла его? Какая сила позволила ему выжить? Какие принципы, какие идеи обновляли кровь, которая текла вперед под кинжал власти, церковной и светской?

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The mystery is now explained.

Эта тайна сейчас раскрыта.

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Beneath the governmental machinery, in the shadow of political institutions, out of the sight of statesmen and priests, society is producing its own organism, slowly and silently; and constructing a new order, the expression of its vitality and autonomy, and the denial of the old politics, as well as of the old religion.

Под правительственной машиной, в тени политических институтов, вне поля зрения государственных деятелей и священнослужителей, общество производит свой собственный организм, медленно и тихо; и строит новый порядок, выражение своей жизнеспособности и самостоятельности, и отрицания старой политики также как и старой религии.»

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- Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, General Idea of the Revolution in the Nineteenth Century (1851)

Пьер-Жозеф Прудон, «Общая идея революции в XIX веке» (1851)

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We have begun to see the weakness of hierarchies, their brittle rigidities cracked and crumbled by networks of voluntarily engaging individuals. The acuity of Proudhon’s words, the seemingly fathomless insights contained within them, have become more salient than ever, speaking directly to movements like Occupy, Anonymous and the Arab Spring. The revolution, at least in its incipient form, is already well underway, and whether it carries on apace or languishes will turn in large part on the dynamism of the radical message of freedom.

Indeed, if that message is to appeal to the 99%, to almost everyone in society, we must demonstrate the vitality of anarchism as an animate, growing and mixed movement made up of real people with very different tastes, interests and inclinations. As goes the common phrase, “Some of us like olives, and some of us don’t.”

It will become increasingly important to juxtapose the (presently hypothetical) economies to be born as an alloy of those different inclinations with the corporate economy of the present. That latter one, artificial in the sense of being both manufactured and imposed by violence, is a leech on the true social organism and profoundly hostile to its development.

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