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The New Ecological Order

By: L Ferry
The New Ecological Order
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Translated by Volk,(C). Is ecology in the process of becoming the object of our contemporary passions, in the same way that Fascism was in the 1930s, or Communism under Stalin? In this book the author offers a penetrating critique of the `deep ecology' movement spreading through the United States, Germany, and France, arguing that unlike `democratic ecology' which seeks to protect the environment of human societies, in a pragmatic and reformist light, `deep ecology' is but a refuge for nostalgic counter-revolutionaries and leftist illusions, or in slightly different terms, man, in this guise, would cast aside all the gains of human autonomy since the Enlightenment.

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Preface. The Passing of the Humanist Era Pt. 1: Animals, or The Confusion of Genres 1: Antinatural Man 2: "Animal Liberation," or The Rights of Creatures 3: Neither Man nor Stone: The Enigmatic Being Pt. 2: The Shadows of the Earth 4: "Think Like a Mountain": The Master Plan of "Deep Ecology" 5: Nazi Ecology: The November 1933, July 1934, and June 1935 Legislations 6: In Praise of Difference, or The Incarnations of Leftism: The Case of Ecofeminism 7: Democratic Ecology and the Question of the Rights of Nature Epilogue. Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism: The Three Cultures Index

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