However people cannot comfortably learn by themselves if they have rent to play, family members to take care of, bills to pay, taxes etc.
This is why revolutionary federated autarkies are necessary, you let people come for the free food and shelter and let them stay for the non-spectacular (developed by Debord) life, giving them actual meaning, community feeling, physical and intellectual growth.
Phalanstères were originally intended to provide decent living conditions to workers. However ours are not meant to house workers but both the proletariat and its own avant-garde, educating, feeding, emancipating itself at the same time while encouraging more federated entities to break off from capitalism as much as they possibly can.
In the meantime, revolutionary theory will be everywhere on the internet, people of different philosophical traditions (for instance, I mostly read French authors but I'm also aware of Zizek's theory while most of the leftist intellectuals in France have never read him but most likely read authors like Debord, Bourdieu or Roland Barthes). The increasing intellectual exchange will lead to extremely powerful intellectual tools for our rhetoric, sourced with academic material and historical sources.
Every shortcoming of the capitalism will be read by much more people as elements fitting in a larger overarching historical structure, that of collapsing capitalism and its depassment by the dictatorship of the proletariat.
The federated commune will eventually be numerous enough their combined power will replace the state, through revolution once a critical unstoppable mass has been reached. In that meaning we are both Marxist-Leninist-Maoists and Spinozists.
How to get started on Spinoza :
1): The important book, Ethics, is way shorter than the Capital
2): It's written like a geometrical demonstration
3): Everything in it is true provided the axioms are correct (check them for yourself)
4): You will not "get" it the first time. Most certainly not on the second time.
5): It goes from talking setting the groundwork with definitions to substance, god, etc etc. Very fundamental stuff that is of very little use at first but necessary to intuitively grasp at some point to really be comfortable with the whole system.
Then it talks about people, how the human mind works, society and finally ethics.
The whole thing is extremely consistent and I think it's a good you can't waste time rereading, every single time you get something new out of it.
Philosophers who use Spinoza in their work :
Althusser, Bergson, Deleuze, Diderot, Einstein, Fichte, Freud, Hegel, Henry, Leibniz, Lessing, Lordon, Macherey, Marx, Mendelssohn, Misrahi, Negri, Nietzsche, Russell, Sartre, Schelling, Schopenhauer, Wittgenstein
Contemporary people who worked on Spinoza :
Frédéric Lordon (criticism of the rationality, capitalism as explained in a spinozian system, imperium which is pretty much what revolutionary action should be in a MLM united left front. I found a book translated from French to English, attached here.
Althusser : reading Marx with Spinoza.
Frank Fissbach, Pierre Macherey both using Spinoza to read Marx as well.