Growing community food economies in the Philippines
This thesis is about collective ethical economic action for a climate and resource changing world. It is a series of re-thinking economy experiments in the food arena based on my research in the Philippines. In the thesis I argue for a new mode of critical inquiry that centres on matters of anthropogenic concern: gathering and assembling economic diversity; human actancy; and human-nonhuman actancy, in order to grow post-capitalist food economies. I also argue for hybrid collective ethics and...[Show more]
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