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"in fact, every insurrectionary process starts from a truth that we refuse to give up."

  1. Orgic is an experiment in the abolition of the division of labor.

    1. This is not performed through a centralized redistribution of labor as Guattari attempted with La Borde, but rather;
    2. Everyone is encouraged to follow their own inclinations, and thus;
    3. For us, abolishing the division of labor takes place at the meeting point between Rabelais’ fay ce que vouldras and Spinoza’s what a body can do;
    4. There is no division between contributors, reviewers and editors.
  2. Orgic operates through consensus, without an institutional organizational structure or any hierarchy.

    1. There are no privileges of seniority;
    2. There is no voting;
    3. There are no general assemblies or meetings.
  3. Submissions to Orgic are singular gestures of creation.

    1. This means that original material submitted to Orgic should be your singular creation and so;
    2. We do not review, edit or publish material that has been published elsewhere or repurposed from elsewhere;
    3. We do not accept any material that contains fascist, liberal, reactionary, social democrat, or state capitalist ideology;
    4. We do not accept material that is already collective (see 4.b)
  4. Reviewing is a collective process undertaken by all contributors.

    1. When a certain number of submissions has been received, the review process can begin:
      1. This number is currently set at ten(10) submissions, but is subject to change
    2. The review process determines what is accepted and what is refused.
      1. This is reached by consensus (see 2.b).
    3. A roll call ensures that all contributors are present during the review.
      1. If a contributor is not present during the review process, their submission will not be considered (see 1.d).
  5. Submissions that were accepted are collectively edited.

    1. Editing follows the same axioms as reviewing.