Shared August 25, 2018
Today I'm discussing Murray Bookchin's theory of Social Ecology. I talk about the relationship between human systems of domination and hierarchy and the ecological crisis we now find ourselves in. I also touch on the myth of human nature as being naturally hierarchical, dominating, and competitive.
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What is Social Ecology?
The Murray Bookchin Reader - https://libcom.org/library/murray-boo...
The Philosophy of Social Ecology:
Murray Bookchin on Nature and Ideology -
Murray Bookchin - Economics and the Moral Order
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