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Anthropocene or Capitalocene?: Nature, History, and the Crisis of Capitalism (Kairos) (English Edition) The Earth has reached a tipping point and we are entering an era of unprecedented turbulence in humanity s relationship within the web of life But just what is that relationship, and how do we make sense of this extraordinary transition Anthropocene or Capitalocene offers answers to these questions The contributors to this book diagnose the problems of Anthropocene thinking and propose an alternative the global crises of the st century are rooted in the Capitalocene not the Age of Man but the Age of Capital


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7 thoughts on “Anthropocene or Capitalocene?: Nature, History, and the Crisis of Capitalism (Kairos) (English Edition)

  1. Paulina Paulina says:

    This is a good book


  2. Larrere Larrere says:

    Jason Moore, comme il l indique au d but de ce livre, est un de ceux qui a mis en cause la qualification d une nouvelle re g ologique, o l humanit serait devenue la principale force g ologique sur terre, du nom d anthropoc ne et proposer, la place, le nom de capitaloc ne Non seulement, explique t il, c est attribuer l humanit tout enti re ce qui


  3. Drew Drew says:

    I got concerned early on that this would be a book about semantics Capitalocene versus Anthropocene, but there is to it, the issue is deeper than semantics Anthropocene is genuinely tied to the idea of our supremacy over nature it is of course well intending, acknowledging the damage we have done and will continue to do to the environment The problem is


  4. youngeden youngeden says:

    The message here is frightening, but the authors often lapse into a sort of arcane academic dialect which is almost incomprehensible at times It would be nice to read the insights contained in these essays in laymans terms, because they reveal that what we are doing to ourselves and to our planet through capitalism s exploitation of allegedly free nature is truly


  5. LeoBixby LeoBixby says:

    Killer book Great collection of writers, some lyrical and literature based, while some fairly intensely theoretical Great collection for those out there who teach classes on modern debates about capitalism and nature.


  6. C. Hitch C. Hitch says:

    I agree with the authors complaint regarding the term Anthropocene as being just one example of the anthropomorphism that s been the cause of our problems in the first place, so the term leaves us with only of the same But I take issue with their citation of capitalism as being the better candidate While capitalism is shown to be a world ecology built upon the commodified relati


  7. James Shaffer-Bauck James Shaffer-Bauck says:

    Provides a fresh perspective on the age we live in and have created Really gets at the fundamental issue.


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