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Murray Bookchin: the social matrix of technology

This is part of a chapter-by-chapter review of THE ECOLOGY OF FREEDOM: The emergence and dissolution of hierarchy by Murray Bookchin (1982, 1991, 2005).   I’m interested in Bookchin’s work because he provides a way a deeper, broader and longer-range perspective than the false alternatives in current politics. 783 more words

History

Big Data Futures: Ecology and Anarchy

We live in a perpetual reckoning. It’s a strange place in some respects, and not very forgiving. It’s a place where everything is counted, everything is measured, billed, quantified. 550 more words

Democracy

21 Theses for the People’s Ecology in the Twenty-first Century

Statement coming out of the Social Ecology Gathering in Lyon earlier in the year. English translation published by Janet Biehl, collaborator and author of biography of Murray Bookchin. 4,979 more words

Statements And Communiqués

Thought Of The Day. July 25, 2016

Instead of posting status updates on Facebook, I am now posting each apothegm, thought, observation, and witticism, here, as a Thought Of The Day.
Status updates on Facebook disappear into the ether and cannot be relocated by readers. 383 more words

Capitalism

Social change through "Social Ecology" in Montreal

By Théo Rouhette

How can a citizen community use popular education and social action in order to transform society and its institutions toward an ecological, egalitarian and democratic future? 671 more words

Community

Murray Bookchin: two images of technology

This is part of a chapter-by-chapter review of THE ECOLOGY OF FREEDOM: The emergence and dissolution of hierarchy by Murray Bookchin (1982, 1991, 2005).

chapter nine – two images of technology. 733 more words

Philosophy

Murray Bookchin: from saints to sellers

This is part of a chapter-by-chapter review of THE ECOLOGY OF FREEDOM: The emergence and dissolution of hierarchy by Murray Bookchin

chapter eight – from saints to sellers… 638 more words

History