Technocracy is a system that RadicalxChange is most often mischaracterized as subscribing to, and while it shares an appreciation of technical rigor, technocracy’s fundementally anti-democratic nature conflicts with the RadicalxChange vision.
What do we mean by “institutions”? And why do we think we can improve them using mechanism design? Here are some thoughts about the nature of institutions and the fundamental importance of vibrant, deep participation.
Quadratic Voting has already made an impact in Taiwan, which is quickly becoming a major adopter of Radical Markets innovations.
This post features a summary written by Andrew Kortina of a proposal that originally appeared on his blog. The below offers a chance to engage the RadicalxChange community in this important conversation. Billions of dollars are spent every year on advertising,...
In this series RadicalxChange and Wireline present some research and conversations around digital identity both internally and collaboratively. Part three explains its transformative potential.
In this series RadicalxChange and Wireline present some research and conversations around digital identity both internally and collaboratively. Part one defines and motivates the case for decentralized identity systems.
The theme of the third day was “catalyze”, which became concrete when I arrived in the morning to find the leaders of the first RxC student chapter, started at Princeton, hurriedly finalizing their governance pledge which would be presented at that day’s opening...
This overview of day two is unfortunately limited to the tiny slice of the day that I witnessed, so if I missed or undersold anything, tweet at us!
Inhuman work schedules at numerous Chinese tech companies have resulted in the 996.ICU movement, which has proposed new tools for digital labor relations
Gitcoin, Civil and Bunz named winners of the inaugural RadicalxChange project showcase
Over the next few weeks, we will be summarizing our March conference as well as releasing announcements about the future direction of RadicalxChange
For Post-Capitalist systems to succeed they need to reckon with the concept of value under capitalism, and redefine it in line with existing technologies and humanistic concerns.
RadicalxChange is an attempt to build a systematic political philosophy from which a better future can be built. These are its guiding principles.
Nationalists understand the threat of capital run amock, but their alternative vision would further decimate civil society.
A Response to Critics of “Why I Am Not A Statist”
Statism as a philosophy has been making a comeback, and while some of its goals may be noble, it lacks the sufficient concern with governance that is core to RadicalxChange
Learn about the RxC Students movement, students’ research on RxC concepts, scholarships to attend the conference, and how to start an RxC Students chapter at your school!
How Activism and Governance turns ideas into a reality
The first in a series focussing on how RadicalxChange is not like other political movements out there today
Showcase your project at our March conference!