Murray Bookchin's Theory of Social Ecology

@article{Best1998MurrayBT,
  title={Murray Bookchin's Theory of Social Ecology},
  author={Steven Best},
  journal={Organization \& Environment},
  year={1998},
  volume={11},
  pages={334 - 353}
}
  • Steven Best
  • Published 1 September 1998
  • Art
  • Organization & Environment
Murray Bookchin `s theory of social ecology is perhaps the most comprehensive and powerful ecological philosophy yet developed. It involves a complex, detailed, interdisciplinary framework that has been developed during the course of Bookchin's career and demands keen learning from the reader The payoff is well worth it, however for Bookchin provides important tools for thinking about the relation between society and nature and how the human antagonism with the natural world might be resolved… 
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