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Herzlich Willkommen auf der Internetpräsenz von Jörg Becker

    • "One should be working against the established institutions, while working in them, but not simply by 'boring from within', rather by 'doing the job', learning (how to program and read computers, how to each at all levels of education, how to use the mass media, how to organize production, how to recognize and eschew planned obsolescence, how to design, et cetera), and at the same time preserving ones own consciousness in working with the others. […] [Counterinstitutions] have long been an aim of the movement, but the lack of funds was greatly responsible for their weakness and their inferior quality. They must be made competitive. This is especially important for the development of radical, 'free' - media. […] They can be competitive, that is to say, apt to counteract Establishment education, not only where they fill a vacuum or where their quality is not only different but also superior. The collection of large funds for the operation of effective counterinstitutions requires compromises."
    Herbert Marcuse, 1972 | Dies ist ein zufällig ausgewähltes Zitat. Um alle Zitate sehen zu können, klicken Sie hier: alle Zitate.