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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title Acutely conscious of the growing environmental crisis that has assumed monumental proportions-not merely environmental pollution, but also its deep-seated social origins-this pioneer of social ecology extracts a vision from the very roots of human history and with it weaves a synthesis of ideas that challenge the status quo in the only manner commensurate with the nature of the crisis.

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Seller Rating:. Images Additional images. About this book In this book the author uses an inspired synthesis of ecology, anthropology, philosophy and political theory to trace our society's conflicting legacies of freedom and domination, from the first emergence of human culture to today's global capitalism.

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Ecology of Freedom The Emergence & Dissolution of Hierarchy

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Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. Murray Bookchin , cofounder of the Institute for Social Ecology, has been an active voice in the ecology and anarchist movements for more than 40 years.

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Table of Contents Acknowledgements 8 Preface 10 Introduction to the edition 15 Introduction 65 1 The concept of social ecology 80 2 The outlook of organic society 3 The emergence of hierarchy 4 Epistemologies of rule 5 The legacy of domination 6 Justice-equal and exact 7 The legacy of freedom 8 From saints to sellers 9 Two images of technologies 10 The social matrix of technology 11 The ambiguities of freedom 12 An ecological society Epilogue Notes Index Show More Customer Reviews Average Review.

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Add to Wishlist. USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Table of Contents Acknowledgements 8 Preface 10 Introduction to the edition 15 Introduction 65 1 The concept of social ecology 80 2 The outlook of organic society 3 The emergence of hierarchy 4 Epistemologies of rule 5 The legacy of domination 6 Justice-equal and exact 7 The legacy of freedom 8 From saints to sellers 9 Two images of technologies 10 The social matrix of technology 11 The ambiguities of freedom 12 An ecological society Epilogue Notes Index