Anarchy, Politics, and the State of Nature
This chapter discusses the political possibilities that arise in articulating anarchic ethics with ecology, focusing on Brian Morris’ claim that anarchism indicates and incorporates an ecological attitude toward nature. It describes ecological anarchy that is ethically concerned with the current state or damaged condition of the natural world, and analyzes the mythic state of nature and the ideal and ideological beginnings of the ruling political authority. The chapter concludes with an analysis of the problems of anarchic ecology concerning “wildness.”
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