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The dangerous classes represent what has become universal as a dynamic for the proletariat at large: the lumpenisation of the wage relation. There is no longer a ground for a workers’ identity or proletarian community, nothing to be liberated, no craftsmanship or human nature. The ephemeral ‘us’ of the rioters, this transient subject of destructive practices that appears momentarily only to rapidly dissolve, is the impossibility of a permanence of the Subject. The overcoming of the limit of struggles is today the attack on the very existence of the class of proletarians.
Interesting text by Benjamin Noys on connections between communisation and the Situationist Internatlional's critique of art and of work
Reposted from: http://leniency.blogspot.co.uk/
Communisation and Aesthetics
by Benjamin Noys
Presented at 'Situationist Aesthetics: The SI, Now'
University of Sussex
Friday 8th June 2012