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Tag Archives: Laboring to Learn




A new blog from Stevphen Shukaitis

Nihilist Optimism:

I’ll be posting various ramblings and writings about cultural politics, class composition, and various other anarcho-autonomous things.

Hopefully some of them will be interesting to you.

Here’s a few things that have been posted already:

Shit, Violence, Love, and Art (Interviewing

Work, It’s the Sound of the Police (some good old fashioned anti-work ranting):

Fragment on Comparative Decomposition (arguing for greater focus on dynamics of class decomposition):

What Are You Reading For? Modes of Critique, Modes of Production (thoughts on Bill Hicks, labor, education, network culture):

Recomposing precarity (Notes on the laboured politics of class composition):

Speaking Code to Power (review of Geoff Cox’s new book):

Metropolitan Strategies, Psychogeographic Investigations (on combining psychogeography and workers’ inquiry):




Cold Hands & Quarter Moon, ‘Stagnant’ at:  

‘Cheerful Sin’ – a song by Victor Rikowski:


Posted here by Glenn Rikowski

The Flow of Ideas:

Rikowski Point:


Glenn Rikowski on Facebook at:

Online Publications at: