The Three Ecologies

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Bloomsbury Academic, Dec 20, 2005 - Philosophy - 174 pages
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Extending the definition of ecology to encompass social relations and human subjectivity as well as environmental concerns, The Three Ecologies argues that the ecological crises that threaten our planet are the direct result of the expansion of a new form of capitalism and that a new ecosophical approach must be found which respects the differences between all living systems.This edition includes a chronology of Guattari's life and work, introductions to both his general philosophy and to the work itself, and extended notes to the original text.

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User Review  - ernklees - LibraryThing

a must read book, with a deeper analyse than in the concept of sustainable development. > how to link : environmental preservation, social relation, human subjectivity ( individual and collective). > Not only : linking economic+social+environment for the futur of earth but In french Read full review

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For an explanation of the three ecologies and the notion of ecosophy, check out this review: -Will Read full review

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Felix Guattari (1930-1992) was a French psychoanalyst, philosopher, social theorist and radical activist. He is best known for his collaborative work with Gilles Deleuze. Gary Genosko is Professor of Sociology at Lakehead University, Canada. He is editor of The Guattari Reader, Deleuze and Guattari: Critical Assessments, and author of Baudrillard and Signs, Undisciplined Theory, and McLuhan and Baudrillard: The Masters of Implosion. Ian Pindar is a freelance writer and editor. Paul Sutton is Senior Lecturer in Film and TV Studies at Roehampton University, UK.

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