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Postmodernism and the Environmental Crisis

By: AE Gare

192 pages, no illustrations

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Paperback | Dec 1995 | #40567 | ISBN: 0415124794
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Hardback | Dec 1995 | #40566 | ISBN: 0415124786
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About this book

Environmental awareness has undoubtedly grown over the last two decades, but the actual achievements of ecological movements have been paltry. This book examines the philosophical traditions underlying the current approaches to the ecological crisis. The author argues that at the heart of the problem is the failure of mainstream, Marxist and postmodernist approaches alike to theorise the links between the ecological crisis, the globalisation of capitalism, and the fragmentation and disintegration of modern culture.


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