With the purpose of thinking revolutionary change, we expose certain notions oriented towards accounting for the crisis of the classical subject of the revolution and the emergence of a new way of thinking class struggle. Thus, the author begins with some concepts developed by Benjamin in his thesis on the concept of history, particularly those which allow us to see the concept of class struggle with an anti-progressive lens and to think the revolutionary subject not as part of the historical continuum, but as part of its fracture. Furthermore, he draws on Adorno’s Negative Dialectics, according to which the “system” is the negation of human liberty, hence the impossibility of thinking a society emancipated from domination when there are categories within her which are identified with the system. The developed concepts are finally articulated with the idea introduced by the Zapatista movement of an anti-capitalist subject of polymorphic and plural character, constituted by multiple struggles and subjects, for which collective dialogue is a method which allows him to establish horizontal agreements.
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