Ecology

Bookchin, Murray (1995). Re-Enchanting Humanity: A Defense of the Human Spirit Against Antihumanism, Misanthropy, Mysticism, and Primitivism. London: Cassell.

– – – (1993) “What is Social Ecology?” Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology. Ed. M.E. Zimmerman. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

– – – (1993). Which Way for the Ecology Movement? Edinburgh and San Francisco: A.K. Press.

– – – (1993). Deep Ecology & Anarchism: A Polemic. London: Freedom Press.

– – – (1991). The Ecology of Freedom: The Emergence and Dissolution of Hierarchy. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

– – – (1990). The Philosophy of Social Ecology: Essays on Dialectical Naturalism. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

– – – (1990). Remaking Society. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

– – – (1988). “Toward a Philosophy of Nature — The Bases for an Ecological Ethics.” Deep Ecology. Ed. Michael Tobias. San Diego, CA: Avant Books. 213-239.

– – – (1987). “Social Ecology versus ‘Deep Ecology.'” Green Perspectives 4-5: ??-??.

– – – (1987). “Thinking Ecologically: a Dialectical Approach.” Our Generation 18.2: ??-??.

– – – (1984). “What Is Radical Social Ecology?” Harbinger ??: ??-??.

– – – (1983). “Sociobiology or Social Ecology.” Harbinger ??: ??-??.

– – – (1983). “The Last Chance: An Appeal for Social and Ecological Sanity.” Comment ??: ??-??.

– – – (1980). Toward an Ecological Society. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

– – – (1971). Post-Scarcity Anarchism. Berkeley: Ramparts Press.

– – – (1970). Ecology And Revolutionary Thought, With The Ecology Action East Manifesto And Toward And Ecological Solution. New York: Times Change Press.

– – – (1962). Our Synthetic Environment. New York: Knopf [published under the pseudonymn ‘Lewis Herber.’] (1975). London: Harper & Row.

Bourdet, Yvon (1981). “Autogestion et écologie.” Autogestions 80: ??-??.

<– Appeared in Italian translation in A-Rivista Anarchica 11.89 (1981).

Chardak, Henriette (1997). Elisée Reclus, une vie: l’homme qui aimait la terre. Paris: Stock.

– – – (2005). Elisée Reclus: un encyclopédiste infernal. Paris, France: L’Harmattan.

Clark, John P. (2019). Between Earth and Empire: From the Necrocene to the Beloved Community. Oakland, CA: PM Press.

– – – (2017). “Ecological Thinking and the Crisis of the Earth.” Kankyō shisō kyōiku kenkyū 10: 48-54.

  • <– Revised, expanded version here.

– – – (2016). The Tragedy of Common Sense. Regina, SK: Changing Suns Press.

  • <– A critique of Garrett Hardin’s neo-Malthusian “lifeboat ethics.”

– – – (2014). “What is Living in Deep Ecology?” The Trumpeter 30.2: 157-183.

– – – (2010). “A Dialogue with Arne Naess on Social Ecology and Deep Ecology (1988-1997).” The Trumpeter 26.2: 20-39.

– – – (2009). “On Biehl’s Defense of Bookchin’s Immanent Dialectic.” Capitalism Nature Socialism 20.1: 125-29.

– – – (2008). “On Being None with Nature: Nargarjuna and the Ecology of Emptiness.” Capitalism Nature Socialism 19.4: 6-29.

– – – (2008). “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Metaphor: James Lovelock and the Revenge of Gaia.” Capitalism Nature Socialism 19.2: 51-68.

– – – (2001). “Contributions to the Critique of Political Ecology” in Capitalism Nature Socialism 47: 29-36.

– – – (2001). “Marx’s Natures: A Response to Foster and Burkett.” Organization & Environment 14.4: 432-442.

  • <– Replying to John Bellamy Foster and Paul Burkett, “The Dialectic of Organic/Inorganic Relations: Marx and the Hegelian Philosophy of Nature,” Organization & Environment 13.4 (2000): 403-425.

– – – (2000). “The Matter of Freedom: Ecofeminist Lessons for Social Ecology.” Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 11.3: 62-80.

  • <–Reprinted in in Michael Zimmerman et al., eds., Environmental Philosophy (New Jersey, Prentice-Hall, 2001), pp. 455–70.

– – – (1998). “Municipal Dreams: A Social Ecological Critique of Bookchin’s Politics’.” Social Ecology After Bookchin. Ed. Andrew Light. New York: Guilford Press.137-191.

– – – (1998). “The Roots of Green Thinking.” Mesechabe 1: 15-19.

– – – (1998). “Naess and Lloyd on Spinoza as Ecophilosopher.” Philosophical Dialogues: Arne Naess and the Progress of Philosophy. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 102-106.

– – – (1997). “A Social Ecology.” Capitalism Nature Socialism 8.3: 3-33.

– – – (1997). “The Dialectical Social Geography of Elisée Reclus.” Space, Place, and Environmental Ethics. Ed. Andrew Light and Jonathan M. Smith. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 117-142.

– – – (1997). “Au-delà de l’universalisme et du relativisme: vers une théorie naturaliste dialectique de la valeur.” Tout est Relatif—Peut-être. (Lyon: Atelier de Création Libertaire, 1997). ??-??.

  • <– English translation here.

– – – (1996) “How Wide Is Deep Ecology?” Inquiry 39.2: 189-201.

– – – (1994). “Social Ecology and the Future of the Earth.” Philosophy, Humanity and Ecology:  Philosophy of Nature and Environmental Ethics. Ed. H. Odera Oruka. Nairobi: African Centre for Technology Studies Press. 329-335.

– – – (1994). “Welcome to the End of the World.” Mesechabe 12: 3-10.

– – – (1984). “Anarchism and the Present World Crisis.” The Anarchist Moment: Reflections on Culture, Nature, and Power. Montreal: Black Rose Books. 141-164.

– – – (1989). “Marx’s Inorganic Body.” Environmental Ethics 11.3: 243-258.

– – – (1988). “What Is Social Ecology?” The Trumpeter 5: 72- 75.

  • <– Reprinted in Our Generation 23 (1992): 91-98.

– – – (1987). “La Natura e una femmina da Dominare, Parola di Marx.” Volontà 41 (1987): 39-52.

– – – , and Murray Bookchin, eds. (1990). Renewing the Earth: The Promise of Social Ecology: a Celebration of the Work of Murray Bookchin. London: Green Print.

Cornuault, Joël (1999). Elisée Reclus, étonnant géographe. Périgueux: Fanlac.

Dordoy, Alan, and Mary Mellor (2001). “John P. Clark’s ‘Ecofeminist Lessons for Social Ecology.'” Capitalism Nature Socialism 12.1: 92-98. <–Response to Clark, “The Matter of Freedom: Ecofeminist Lessons for Social Ecology” (see above).

Dunbar, Gary S. (1978). Elisée Reclus, Historian of Nature. Hamden, CT: Archon Books.

Fleming, Marie (1988). The Geography of Freedom: The Odyssey of Elisée Reclus. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

Hall, Matthew. “Beyond the human: extending ecological anarchism.” Environmental Politics 20.3 (2011): 374-390.

Hunt, Stephen E. (2014) The Revolutionary Urbanism of Street Farm: Eco-anarchism, Architecture and Alternative Technology In the 1970s. Bristol: Tangent Books.

Kropotkin, Peter (1989). Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

Light, Andrew, ed. (1998). Social Ecology After Bookchin. New York: Guilford Press.

Masjuan Bracons, Eduard (2000). La ecología humana en el anarquismo ibérico urbanismo “orgánico,” o, ecológico, neomalthusianismo y naturismo social. Barcelona: Icaria.

Morisetti, Diego (2014). “Esperienze di ecologia applicata.” A-Rivista Anarchica 387: 24-26.

Morris, Brian (1996). Ecology & Anarchism: Essays and Reviews on Contemporary Thought. Malvern Wells, Worcestershire, UK: Images.

Purchase, Graham (2011). Anarchism & Environmental Survival. Edmonton: Black Cat Press.

– – – (1997). Anarchism and Ecology. Montreal: Black Rose Books.

  • <–Contains some very interesting excerpts, in translation, from the work of Elisée Reclus.

– – – (1994). Anarchism & Environmental Survival. Tucson, AZ: See Sharp Press.

– – – (1998). Ecology, Capitalism and the State. Sydney: Jura Media.

– – – (1996). Evolution and Revolution: An Introduction to the Life and Ideas of Peter Kropotkin. Petersham, N.S.W., Australia: Jura Books.

– – – (1996). The Green City. New anarchy pamphlet series, 2. Petersham, N.S.W., Australia: Jura Media.

– – – (1992). Social Ecology, Anarchism & Trades Unionism. Sydney: Black Cat Printers.

Reclus, Elisée (1886). A New Physical Geography. Ed. A.H. Keane. New York: D. Appleton and Company.

– – – (2004). Anarchy, Geography, Modernity: The Radical Social Thought of Elisée Reclus. Ed. and trans. John P. Clark, and Camille Martin. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

– – – (1872). The Earth: A Descriptive History of the Phenomena of the Life of the Globe. Ed. B. B. and Henry Woodward. New York: Harper & Brothers.

– – – (1882). The Earth and Its Inhabitants. Ed. Ernest George Ravenstein and A. H. Keane. New York: D. Appleton and Company.

– – – (1885). [WWW] “Evolution and Revolution.” London: International Pub. Co.

– – – (1898). L’évolution, la révolution et l’idéal anarchique. Paris: P.V. Stock.

– – – (1995). The Evolution of Cities. Petersham, N.S.W., Australia: Jura Books.

– – – (1933). The Great Kinship. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Oriole Press.

– – – (1881). The History of a Mountain. Ed. Bertha Ness and John Lillie. New York: Harper & Brothers.

– – – (1905). L’homme et la terre. Paris: Librairie universelle.

– – – (1995). Man & Nature: The Impact of Human Activity on Physical Geography: Concerning the Awareness of Nature in Modern Society. Sydney: Jura Media.

– – – (1876). Nouvelle géographie universelle; la terre et les hommes. Paris: Hachette et cie.

– – – (1873). The Ocean, Atmosphere, and Life: Being the Second Series of a Descriptive History of the Life of the Globe. New York: Harper.

– – – (1868). La Terre: description des phénomènes de la vie du globe. Paris: L. Hachette.

– – – (1878). The Universal Geography. Ed. Ernest George Ravenstein and A. H. Keane. London: J.S. Virtue & Co.

– – – (1881). Voyage à la Sierra-Nevada de Sainte-Marthe; paysages de la nature tropicale. Paris: Hachette et cie.

– – – (1992). World Encyclopaedia of Nations and Nationalities: Universal Geography With Illustrations and Maps. Ed. Ernest George Ravenstein and A. H. Keane. New Delhi, India: Discovery Pub. House.

– – – , and Léon Metchnikoff (1889). La civilisation et les grands fleuves historiques. Paris: Hachette et cie.

– – – et al (1927). Elisée and Elie Reclus: In Memoriam. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Oriole Press.

Sarrazin, Hélène (1985). Elisée Reclus, ou, La passion du monde. Paris: Découverte.

Shantz, Jeff (2004). “Radical Ecology and Class Struggle: A Re-Consideration.” Critical Sociology 30.3: 691-710.

– – – (2003). “Scarcity and the emergence of fundamentalist ecology.” Critique of anthropology 23.2: 144-154.

– – – and Barry D. Adam (1999). “Ecology and Class: The Green Syndicalism of IWW/Earth First Local 1.” International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 19.7-8: 43-72.

Tokar, Brian. “On Bookchin’s Social Ecology and Its Contributions to Social Movements.” Capitalism Nature Socialism 19.1 (2008): 51-66.

Varengo, Selva (2014). “I molti filoni dell’anarchismo verde.” A-Rivista Anarchica 387: 14-18.

– – – (2007). La rivoluzione ecologica. Il pensiero libertario di Murray Bookchin. Milano: Zero in condotta.