The New Spartakists. The thought of Rosa Luxemburg to understand the Global Movement



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Errejón Galván, Iñigo and Iglesias Turrión, Pablo (2005) The New Spartakists. The thought of Rosa Luxemburg to understand the Global Movement. In Social Movements Conference Alternative Futures and Popular Protest, Manchester Metropolitan University, 30 de Marzo y 1 de Abril de 2005, Manchester, U.K..

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Some of the most important issues discussed inside the Global movement against Capitalism and war are the relations between political party and movement, movement Autonomy as opposed to institutional dynamics, and organisational problems. In this paper, we will recuperate some categories and political concepts from Rosa Luxembourg’s thought. We will try to use those instruments to analyse some aspects of the mobilisation process of the Global movement since the Seattle demonstrations until the demonstrations against war in 2003 and 2004 taking the example of Madrid.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Autonomy; Collective action; Global movement; Marxism; Mobilisation process
Subjects:Social sciences > Political science > Political parties
Social sciences > Political science > Political systems
Social sciences > Political science > Political theories
Social sciences > Sociology
Social sciences > Sociology > Social movements
Social sciences > Sociology > Social theories
Social sciences > Social service > Social policy
ID Code:37419
Deposited On:28 Apr 2016 09:01
Last Modified:03 May 2016 07:30

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