Catastrophe and Class


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The moral force of today’s environmental movements seems undeniable. But the very qualities that give them their particular strength and appeal seem to make them resistant to becoming agents of fundamental change, namely the transition from capitalism to eco-socialism, argues anthropologist Florin Poenaru in his “Allied Grounds” video talk, urging us to reassess the political potential of the refugee workforce.

This video talk is based on the following article: How Can Declinism Be Politicized? The Quest for the Agents of a Fundamental Change

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