A postcapitalist politics of dwelling: ecological humanities and community economies in conversation
Introduction: How do we live together with human and non-human others? "If our species does not survive the ecological crisis, it will probably be due to our failure to imagine and work out new ways to live with the earth, to rework ourselves and our high energy, high consumption, and hyper-instrumental societies adaptively. We struggle to adjust, because we’re still largely trapped inside the enlightenment tale of progress as human control over a passive and ‘dead’ nature that justifies both...[Show more]
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