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The Modern Crisis

The Modern Crisis

Bookchin, Murray
Price, Andy

Paperback

Environmental StudiesGeneral Sociology

Publisher Price: $16.00

ISBN10: 1849354464
ISBN13: 9781849354462
Publisher: Ak Pr Inc
Published: Aug 2 2022
Pages: 196
Weight: 0.45
Height: 0.60 Width: 5.20 Depth: 7.90
Language: English
Six incisive essays from the father of social ecology.


Murray Bookchin's frank assessment of the disaster we are heading toward at increasing speed is as much a work of ethics as it is of environmentalism. The six essays that comprise it share the view that, as he puts it, our ideas and our practice must be imbued with a deep sense of ethical commitment. Whether he is critiquing the market economy, the state, or the idea--common to both capitalists and certain left materialists--that human beings are motivated solely by greed and self-interest, Bookchin ever reminds us of the ineffable values of freedom, self-consciousness, and social harmony.

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