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-====== The Present Moment ​======+====== The present moment ​======
  
 In the course of revolutionary struggle, the abolition of the state, of exchange, of the division of labour, of all forms of property, the extension of the situation where everything is freely available as the unification of human activity – in a word, the abolition of classes – are ‘measures’ that abolish capital, imposed by the very necessities of struggle against the capitalist class. The revolution is communisation;​ it does not have communism as a project and result, but as its very content. ​ In the course of revolutionary struggle, the abolition of the state, of exchange, of the division of labour, of all forms of property, the extension of the situation where everything is freely available as the unification of human activity – in a word, the abolition of classes – are ‘measures’ that abolish capital, imposed by the very necessities of struggle against the capitalist class. The revolution is communisation;​ it does not have communism as a project and result, but as its very content. ​
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 The first version of this text, especially the part that is concerned with the old formalisation of limits, including activism, gave way to various comments and critiques from other participants in Sic. These led both to modifications of the text and to developments and explanations on the issue of activism/​alternativism and the role of police repression. Other discussions regarding formal/real subsumtion, the notion of conjuncture (the gender contradiction) and the role of theory arose in relation to ‘The present moment’. ​ The first version of this text, especially the part that is concerned with the old formalisation of limits, including activism, gave way to various comments and critiques from other participants in Sic. These led both to modifications of the text and to developments and explanations on the issue of activism/​alternativism and the role of police repression. Other discussions regarding formal/real subsumtion, the notion of conjuncture (the gender contradiction) and the role of theory arose in relation to ‘The present moment’. ​
-For reasons of space, we did not include those in this issue. Nevertheless,​ these contributions can be read [[the-present-moment-developments-and-discussions|here on the website]].+For reasons of space, we did not include those in this issue. Nevertheless,​ these contributions can be read [[sic1-the-present-moment-further-remarks-and-discussion|here]].