Through the existentialism of Simone de Beauvoir, with some reference to Fanon and Sartre, Devin Zane Shaw identifies the philosophical reasons for the political action being enacted by contemporary antifascists. Philosophy of Antifascism argues that in order to resist fascist mobilization, contemporary movements find a diversity of tactics more useful than principled nonviolence. Antifascism must focus on the systemic causes of the re-emergence of fascism, and thus must fight capital accumulation and the underlying white supremacism.
This interview also contains a preliminary exploration of the ideas of J. Sakai, Don Hamerquist, and Matthew N. Lyons regarding fascist and antifascist movements, both historically and today.
You can listen to A Philosophy of Antifascism: Existentialism, Decolonization, & The Three-Way Fight on RevLeft Radio: https://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/antifascism