The philosophical importance of Levinas’ notebooks from his time as a prisoner of war.
‘Political ecology’ is an expression which has become quite familiar in recent years, but does not appear to have acquired a clear and settled meaning.* Evidently it is used to point up some kind of connection between politics, or the political, and ecology, yet the project of making the connection is deeply problematic. In this article I argue that ‘political ecology’ is most appropriately used as the name of a […]
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