A Glimpse of Modern Syndicalism: Studying the Mondragon Corporation

A Glimpse of Modern Syndicalism: Studying the Mondragon Corporation

Nearly a century after the Catalan experiment with syndicalism, the Basque region of Spain now hosts the most expansive network of cooperatives in the world. The unique structure of the Mondragon Corporation provides insight into how multinational corporations could function democratically in a predominantly capitalist setting.

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Would Enlightenment Philosophers Endorse Modern Capitalism?

Would Enlightenment Philosophers Endorse Modern Capitalism?

Considering the past three centuries of economic development, how would Enlightenment philosophers critique modern capitalism? Has the West’s economic structure developed as they hoped? Would they approve of modern state-capitalism? These questions are crucial to uncovering the current applicability of Enlightenment ideals. 

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Theorizing an Anarchist Society (with Diego Abad de Santillan)

Theorizing an Anarchist Society (with Diego Abad de Santillan)

By studying a detailed blueprint of an anarchist society, as found in Diego Abad de Santillan’s After the Revolution (1937), we can better understand the ideology of anarcho-syndicalism; the problems which it seeks to address and its proposals for collective governing. 

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The 20th Century: Testing Grounds for Government Ideology

The 20th Century: Testing Grounds for Government Ideology

“From the development of the welfare state in America to the fascist uprisings of Europe and the communist revolutions throughout the East; nearly every inch of the globe witnessed an ideological revolution, each advancing the government’s role in a nation’s society and economy – for better or worse.”

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