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 The term '​communisation'​ has frequently appeared in texts that Riff-Raff has published over the years. It has, however, mostly been used in passing and in fairly sweeping terms. With this issue we put the concept at the centre: we are going to discuss what communisation is and what it is not, as well as the wider consequences of adopting the communisation perspective. The term '​communisation'​ has frequently appeared in texts that Riff-Raff has published over the years. It has, however, mostly been used in passing and in fairly sweeping terms. With this issue we put the concept at the centre: we are going to discuss what communisation is and what it is not, as well as the wider consequences of adopting the communisation perspective.
  
-The issue is divided into four parts. In the first one we discuss communisation as a revolutionary perspective today, as well as the origins of the concept. The second part is devoted to Marcel and the journal //​Dissident//​ and their particular view of communisation. In the third part we try to get a grip on history and examine more closely the revolutionary movements of the past. The fourth and last part consists of a text which examines capital’s restructuring in detail – a number of transformations which together ​lay the foundation of a new relation between the classes and thus of a new revolutionary perspective. ​+The issue is divided into four parts. In the first one we discuss communisation as a revolutionary perspective today, as well as the origins of the concept. The second part is devoted to Marcel and the journal //​Dissident//​ and their particular view of communisation. In the third part we try to get a grip on history and examine more closely the revolutionary movements of the past. The fourth and last part consists of a text which examines capital’s restructuring in detail – a number of transformations which together ​laid the foundation of a new relation between the classes and thus of a new revolutionary perspective. ​
  
 Most of the texts can be ready in any order and there is no particular reason to read the issue from front to back. However, they are all pieces in the puzzle of a comprehensive understanding and often they refer to one-another. Many of them are also comments on texts that lay outside of the issue. Most of the texts can be ready in any order and there is no particular reason to read the issue from front to back. However, they are all pieces in the puzzle of a comprehensive understanding and often they refer to one-another. Many of them are also comments on texts that lay outside of the issue.