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The Accelerationist Manifesto
"A new world will have to be built, not on the ruins of the old, but on the most advanced elements of the present."
What is Promethean Politics?
"We must develop concrete utopias and transformative concepts in order to overcome the capitalist realism of our time."
Principles of a Postcapitalist Economy
"Labour burdens are to be avoided as much as possible and material wealth for all should be guaranteed."
Simulating Socialism
"Computers and mathematical algorithms have been recognized as great possibilities for socialist economic planning since the early days of computing."

Association for the

Design of History

The left is in a desperate situation.

In the wake of the total victory of neoliberalism under Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan in the early 80’s, any hope for a better future has been annihilated. There is no alternative.

Or so they say. Our task is to take back the initiative. We must build new utopian dreams, new strategies, new lines of flight. We need to win.

A Platform for Transformation

The Association for the Design of History is a think tank, a media factory, and a centre for the conscious coordination of class struggle. Our organisation consists of many different talented people, united in their will to understand and change the world for the better.


Technology and social complexity are the prerequisites of liberation. This modernist creed is the basis of our politics.


Planning is applied rationality. If we want to build The New, we have to think strategically and methodically.


Even small victories can create a strong momentum, carrying us towards the future. We must go on the offensive.

New Articles

Mehr Merci, Mehr Applaus, Mehr Enteignung!

Was sich aus der Debatte um Deutsche Wohnen & Co enteignen über die „bürgerliche“ Gesellschaft lernen lässt.

Zur strategischen Krise der Linkspartei

Die Linke steckt nicht erst seit dieser Wahl in einer strategischen Krise. Analyse & Handlungsvorschläge

Response to an ultra-leftist critique of cybersocialism

Jan Philipp Dapprich's response to a recent critique of his cybersocialist model by Simon Sutterlütti


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