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Ecosocialist Praxis Tucson Week #2 Discussion

John Clark’s “A Social Ecology,” when paired with an essay like Murray Bookchin’s “What is Social Ecology?” gives one a solid introduction to this field of inquiry. 1,055 more words

Ecosocialist Praxis Tucson Week #2: "A Social Ecology"

Reading for week #2: “A Social Ecology” by John P. Clark
Meeting: Sunday, September 16, 4PM at Revolutionary Grounds Coffee Shop, 4th Ave., Tucson, AZ (those unable to attend are encouraged to comment here or on the forthcoming week #2 discussion post to begin an online discussion) 687 more words

Excerpt of John P. Clark on Dialectic

Because the radical thrust of ecosocialism is based upon an understanding of dialectic, it might be helpful to offer an overview and clarification of what the dialectical method entails. 1,207 more words

Ecosocialist Praxis Tucson Week #1: "What is Social Ecology?"

Click for a PDF version of “What is Social Ecology?” by Murray Bookchin

The reading for the inaugural gathering of Ecosocialist Praxis is titled “What is Social Ecology?” by Murray Bookchin, from the posthumously published collection of essays… 1,214 more words

The Unity-in-Diversity of Ecosocialism: A Real Challenge to Global Capital

The truth is the whole…. -GWF Hegel

Better Worlds, Brighter Futures endeavors to create a comradely “unity-in-diversity” between the broadly ecosocialist tendencies of the radical left, to pose a substantive challenge to the system of global, monopoly capitalism that is shown to be at root of both the ecological and social crises.

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In Search of a Broad, Coherent, Social Ecology

Recently, someone immersed in Murray Bookchin‘s late-period works asked my definition of social ecology. This brought up an important issue. How is social ecology to be defined generally, taking the entirety of the field and its historical development into account? 1,739 more words