Society and Nature

Vol. 1, No. 1  (1992)


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The Polis

"Direct and Economic Democracy in Ancient Athens and Its Significance Today"  by Takis Fotopoulos,  pp. 1-17

"Land and City"  by Murray Bookchin,  pp. 18-39

"Women and the Democratic Tradition"  by Janet Biehl,  pp. 40-70

"The Right to the City"  by John Friedmann,  pp. 71-84

Libertarian Municipalism

"What is Social Ecology"  by John Clark,  pp. 85-92

"Libertarian Municipalism: An Overviewby Murray Bookchin,  pp. 93-104

"Social Ecology and Community Development",  by Dan Chodorkoff  pp. 105-116

Local Economy and the State

"Socialism and Ecology"  by James O'Connor,  pp. 117-129

"The Local Space"  by Andras Biro,  pp. 130-144

"Economics of Local Recovery"  by James Robertson,  pp. 145-174


Pavlos Stavropoulos,  "Remaking Society by Murray Bookchin",  pp. 175-178

Society and Nature

Vol. 1, No. 2  (1992)


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The Methodological Question

"The 'Objectivity' of the Liberatory Project"  by Takis Fotopoulos,  pp. 1-31

"Science and Sustainable Society"  by Marcello Cini,  pp. 32-48 

Ecological Dialectic

"Social Ecology: A Philosophy of Dialectical Naturalism"  by John Clark,  pp. 49-59 

"A Philosophical Naturalism"  by Murray Bookchin,  pp. 60-88 

Deep or Social Ecology? 

"Deep Ecology and Subjectivity"  by Grover Foley,  pp. 89-97 

"Eco-Philosophy and Deep Ecology"  by Henryk Skolimowski,  pp. 98-107 

"Deep Ecology and Ultimate Premises"  by Arne Naess,  pp. 108-119 

"Divining Evolution: The Ecological Ethics of Murray Bookchin"  by Robyn Eckersley,  pp. 120-143 

"Recovering Evolution: A Reply to Eckersley and Fox"  by Murray Bookchin,  pp. 144-173 

Marxism and Ecology

"Capitalism, Nature, Socialism: An Introduction"  by James O'Connor,  pp. 174-202 

"The Crisis of Marxism and the Crisis of Politics"  by Cornelius Castoriadis,  pp. 203-211 

"False Promises: An Indigenist Examination of Marxist Theory and Practice"  by Ward Churchill,  pp. 212-233 


Society and Nature

Vol. 1, No. 3 (1993)


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The State in an Ecological Society

"The Economic Foundations of an Ecological Society"  by Takis Fotopoulos,    pp. 1-40

"The Transition to the Ecological Society: The Meaning of Confederalism" by Murray Bookchin, pp.  41-54 

"Community Control, Workers' Control and the Cooperative Commonwealth"  by Howard Hawkins,  pp. 55-85 

The Strategy of Transition to an Ecological Society

"A Political Strategy for Ecology Movements"  by James O'Connor,  pp. 86-91 

"The Transition to the Ecological Society: An Interview by Takis Fotopoulos" 
by Murray Bookchin, pp. 92-105 

"Radical Visions and Strategies"  by Linda Davidoff, Dave Foreman and Murray Bookchin,  pp. 106-130 

Ecological Society and New Movements

"Ten Theses on Social Movements"  by Marta Fuentes and Andre Gunder Frank,  pp.131-157 

"From Movement to Parliamentary Party: Notes on Several European Green Movements"  by Janet Biehl,  pp. 158-179 

"North American Greens Come of Age: Statism vs. Municipalism"  by Howard Hawkins,  pp. 180-218 


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