For a Democratic Revolution: Notes from the Universidad Nomada
This article analyzes the configuration of new modes of political participation and activisms in the Spanish state. To do that, the global configuration of financial capitalism and its crisis are analyzed and contextualized in terms of the collapse of legitimacy of the Spanish political system. In this framework, the authors propose, the mobilization of society represents the insurgence of a collective body-machine organized as a network. These processes imply dynamics of metamorphosis and innovation in the preexisting space of social movements.
financialization, 15M, Spain, global revolution, network, crisis, representation, commons
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 39, No. 1 (2012): 62-77