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"in fact, every insurrectionary process starts from a truth that we
refuse to give up."
Orgic is an experiment in the abolition of the division of labor.
This is not performed through a centralized redistribution of
labor as Guattari attempted with La Borde, but rather;
Everyone is encouraged to follow their own inclinations, and thus;
For us, abolishing the division of labor takes place at the
meeting point between Rabelais’ fay ce que vouldras and
what a body can do;
There is no division between contributors, reviewers and editors.
Orgic operates through consensus, without an institutional
organizational structure or any hierarchy.
- There are no privileges of seniority;
- There is no voting;
- There are no general assemblies or meetings.
Submissions to Orgic are singular gestures of creation.
This means that original material submitted to Orgic should be
your singular creation and so;
We do not review, edit or publish material that has been published
elsewhere or repurposed from elsewhere;
We do not accept any material that contains fascist, liberal,
reactionary, social democrat, or state capitalist ideology;
We do not accept material that is already collective (see 4.b)
Reviewing is a collective process undertaken by all contributors.
When a certain number of submissions has been received, the review
process can begin:
This number is currently set at ten(10) submissions, but is
subject to change
The review process determines what is accepted and what is
- This is reached by consensus (see 2.b).
A roll call ensures that all contributors are present during the
If a contributor is not present during the review process,
their submission will not be considered (see 1.d).
Submissions that were accepted are collectively edited.
- Editing follows the same axioms as reviewing.