Marx and nature : a red and green perspective

@inproceedings{Burkett1999MarxAN,
  title={Marx and nature : a red and green perspective},
  author={Paul Burkett},
  year={1999}
}
Preface Acknowledgements Introduction PART I: NATURE AND HISTORICAL MATERIALISM Requirements of a Social Ecology Nature, Labor, and Production The Natural Bias of Labor Productivity and Surplus Labor Labor and Labor Power as Natural and Social Forces PART II: NATURE AND CAPITALISM Nature, Labor, and Capitalist Production Capital's 'Free Appropriation' of Natural and Social Conditions Capitalism and Nature: A Value-form Approach Reconsidering Some Ecological Criticisms of Marx's Value Analysis… Expand
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