Auteur: Biehl, Janet
Titel: The Emergence of Eco-Decentralism
Sub titel: Mumford, Gutkind, Bookchin
Murray Bookchin (1921–2006) was the originator and primary theorist of social ecology, a radical politics that insists on the social roots of environmental destruction. Over the course of his long life Bookchin constructed social ecology as a coherent framework encompassing ecological politics, nature philosophy, anthropology, revolutionary history, face-to-face democracy, and urban decentralism. In this pamphlet Janet Biehl traces the evolution of Bookchin's eco-decentralism from the work of two earlier thinkers, Lewis Mumford and E.A. Gutkind.
2012, 48 pag., Euro 7,9
New Compass Press, Porsgrunn, ISBN 9788293064107
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