The Ethics of Rust: an interpretation of Ruskin's gothic
The aim of the thesis is to demonstrate that the critical theories of John Ruskin have a particular interest to us at the end of the 20th century. The basis for this claim is that Ruskin’s mode of thought was essentially ecological. By this I do not mean to suggest that he was simply interested in nature conservation or environmental degradation. Rather, the term “ecological” is used to refer to a much broader paradigm shift. The thesis has three chapters, the 1st of which deals with broad...[Show more]
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