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Anarchy, Geography, Modernity: The Radical Social Thought of Elisee Reclus

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ISBN 10: 0739108050 / ISBN 13: 9780739108055
Published by Lexington Books, 2004
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Title: Anarchy, Geography, Modernity: The Radical ...

Publisher: Lexington Books

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Acceptable

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Elisée Reclus, a leading nineteenth-century French geographer and revolutionary, made significant contributions to political thought, ecological philosophy, and urbanism. Anarchy, Geography, Modernity is the first work in English to present a comprehensive analysis of Reclus' social thought. In the first part of the book, John P. Clark and Camille Martin present an overview of Reclus' life and work, while the second part includes translations of Reclus' major theoretical writings (some for the first time into English), in addition to several popular essays. An essential work for historians of anarchist and libertarian political thought, Reclus provides a major expression of radical modernism with his sweeping account of human history as the story of progress toward a future world of human freedom, social cooperation, and a restored harmony with nature.

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John P. Clark is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University, New Orleans. He is also chair of the Environmental Studies program. Camille Martin is a poet and a translator of French poetry and prose. She is co-editor and co-translator, with John P. Clark, ofA Voyage to New Orleans: Anarchist Impressions of the Old South.

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