References for Theme: Ecosocialism
- Kovel, Joel
"Ecosocialism, Global Justice, and Climate Change"
"On Marx and Ecology"
The Enemy of Nature: The End of Capitalism or the End of the World?
Ecosocialism now reveals itself as a struggle for use-value and through a realized use-value, for intrinsic value. This means it is a struggle for the qualitative side of things: not just the hours worked and the pay per hour and benefits, but the control over work and its product, and of what is beyond mere necessity a control that eventuates in the creation and integration of new ecosystems, and also incorporates subjectivity, beauty, pleasure, and the spiritual. These demands were part of the labor tradition, as workers asked for not just bread but roses, too. We would take it to the limit of its implications: the ecosocialist...
"Ecosocialism as a Human Phenomenon"
The Emergence of Ecosocialism: Collected Essays by Joel Kovel
- Schweickart, David
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