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Part of Gabe's pitch to Yanis was that he runs Valve on what he calls anarcho-syndicalist principles.
It's a strong statement from an anarcho-syndicalist like Traven.
A lot of people seem to be imagining that it must work like this: you get called into Gabe's office and Gabe says, "we're not that anarcho-syndicalist, you're fired.
And then, you know, ideas are worked out about how exactly that should manifest itself, but I think that is the core of anarcho-syndicalist thinking.
If you think ostensibly "flat" social structures can't be gamed in stunningly unpleasant ways, then I have a bridge to every 1970s anarcho-syndicalist commune in Brooklyn for sale.
Well, the premise of The Dispossessed is that the anarcho-syndicalist society actually becomes an oppressive monolithic power.
Go find an anarcho-syndicalist and ask them what they think of self-secribed libertarians and anarcho-capitalism.
If we can have that world, I don't care if it's in an anarcho-syndicalist form, a set of independent microcountries, or just a very very reformed version of the constitutional democracies we have now.
> Stoneage lefties [...] anarcho-communist-syndicalist grufties"When disagreeing, please reply to the argument instead of calling names.
If we had an anarcho-syndicalist system, we'd be complaining about the inability to use omnidirectional antennas effectively because of all of the interference of the airwaves, possibly...
This article totally misses the point, making up a bunch of anarcho-communal/syndicalist hippie **** for what is really a very simple reason:They all got old, and new groups didn't form to join them because what was a lark in the 90's is now considered cyberterrorism.
So what he is essentially saying is, they're an anarcho-syndicalist commune, taking it in turns to act as a sort of executive officer for the week, and all the decision of that officer must be approved at a bi-weekly meeting by a two-thirds majority.
People of that ilk just consider a different structure to organizing society, or as he puts it "a kind of voluntary socialism, that is, as libertarian socialist or anarcho-syndicalist or communist anarchist, in the tradition of, say, Bakunin and Kropotkin and others.
Basically, voting with your wallet only sways sole proprietors; anything larger may be externally capitalist, but is internally more socialist/syndicalist, driven by long-term contracts, quotas, "consumer confidence" ratings, futures, government certifications, and insurance-risk-purchases more than hard revenue.