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Bookchin: A Critical Appraisal


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Table of Contents

Part One: Beginnings
1. Environments, Cities And Post Scarcity Worlds
Part Two: The Legacy Of Domination
2. Hierarchy, Domination, Nature: Bookchin's Historical Social Theory
3. Social Ecology As Modern Social Theory
4. Capitalism and Ecology
Part Three: The Legacy Of Freedom
5. Ethics And The Normative Grounds Of Critique
6. Urbanisation, Cities, Utopia
7. Citizens, Politics, Democracy
Part Four :Endings

About the Author

Damian White is Dean of Liberal Arts and Professor of Sociology in the Department of History, Philosophy and Social Science at The Rhode Island School of Design. He is the author of Bookchin: A Critical Appraisal (Pluto, 2008).


'An excellent book - brings to life Bookchin the man and his work for a new generation of readers' -- Professor Noel Castree, School of Environment and Development, Manchester University
'A sophisticated and considered work that exhibits a genuine rare critical engagement with the intricacies of Bookchin's thought' -- Professor Mike Smith, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada.
'Offers an insightful, scholarly and balanced account of the intellectual journey and achievements of Murray Bookchin, one of the towering figures of modern radical political thought and action' -- Dr. John Barry, School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Queen's University Belfast
'White brings his immense scholarship and acute analytical skills to bear in both bringing to life and critically situating Bookchin's vision in the context of contemporary thinking' -- Professor Ted Benton, Department of Sociology, University of Essex

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