Category Archives: natural history

Process of Domination, the article

I finished my final edits yesterday on an article for a new journal called Black Box, which PM Press will be putting out. The article is adapted from a talk I gave last year at the Institute for the Humanities, … Continue reading

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The Process of Domination II

Here is an updated version of my talk on critical theory, capitalism and the domination of nature and the Harper government, the properly polished version with footnotes etc. will be published in late summer: “The Process of Domination Spews out … Continue reading

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CFP Workshop on Capitalism and sustainability

Call for papers – Workshop on Capitalism & Sustainability Publié le3 décembre 2014 par valery dans Nouvelles du CRÉ Centre de recherche en éthique (CRE), Montréal, 9th-­‐10th April 2015. Mass extinction, ocean acidification, global warming, oil spills, and many other … Continue reading

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“The Process of Domination Spews out Tatters of Subjugated Nature”: Culture and Capital in Adorno and the New German Reading of Marx.

“The Process of Domination Spews out Tatters of Subjugated Nature”: Culture and Capital in Adorno and the New German Reading of Marx.[1]   Despite the formative influence he had on the formation of the New Left, contemporary evaluations of Adorno’s … Continue reading

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There’s No Such Thing As A Natural Disaster.

Aposite commentary by the recently deceased Neil Smith: It is generally accepted among environmental geographers that there is no such thing as a natural disaster. In every phase and aspect of a disaster – causes, vulnerability, preparedness, results and response, … Continue reading

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