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Heller, Chaia.- Désir, nature et société : l’écologie sociale au quotidien. Montréal : Ecosociété ; Lyon : Atelier de création libertaire, 2003. 266 (...)

BOOKCHIN, Murray. Society and Ecology

The problems which many people face today in "defining" themselves, in knowing "who they are"—problems that feed a vast psychotherapy (...)

CARTER, Alan. A Philosopher’s Bibliography (Selected, of course)

[Web Page >http://www.gla.ac.uk/Acad/Philosophy/Personnel/Alan/index.html] Many abstracts of the following publications may be found on the web (...)

WARD, Colin. A Bibliography: 1. Books

Colin Ward’s impressive bibliography, the quality of his writings and his personal participation in the anarchist movement contribute to make him (...)

CLARK, John P. A Bibliography

Publications in English and other languages except French and Italian Français - Italiano 1972 "Creating a New School" in Innovative (...)

"Prairies"

[1] Sous des parapluies de pommiers roses Les jeunes prairies Bavardent et rient Puis sous des ombrelles de pommiers roses Les jeunes (...)

CLARK, John. A Social Ecology. 07. An Ecological Imaginary

Previous: Presentation 1. The Social and the Ecological 2. A Dialectical Holism 3. No Nature 4. The Ecological Self 5. A Social (...)

PIOZZI, Patrizia. Natureza e artefato: a ordem anárquica, algumas considerações sobre a gênese da idéia socialista libertária

São Paulo. 1991. 132 p.. Tese (Doutorado)

LADD, Brent. Realities of Going Primitive

So, you have been considering a change of pace? Want to leave the rat race behind? Possibly even bypassing the cabin on the hill with sheep, (...)

JOFF. "The Possibility of an Antihumanist EcoAnarchism" (3) Rhizomatic Naturalism

|Page 1|Page 2|Page 4| Page 5 | Page 6| Page 7 | Page 8 | Page 9 |Rhizomatic Naturalism The potential incommensurability between the naturalist (...)

JOFF. "The Possibility of an Antihumanist EcoAnarchism" (4) C(ha)osmos

Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 C(ha)osmos Guattari’s later work unequivocally aligns itself with thinking of a (...)

JOFF. "The Possibility of an Antihumanist EcoAnarchism" (9) The Domination of Nature and Marx’s Concept of Nature - The Concept of Hierarchy - Heidegger and Anti-Humanism - Conclusion

Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 The Domination of Nature and Marx’s Concept of Nature Utopia has no-place ‘now’, not (...)