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|Abstract||Exhausting Modernity is a bold and exciting new work on the exhaustion of our resources, both natural and human. Brennan marshalls the insights of Marx and Freud to provide a compelling analysis of the pervading modern capitalism: environmental collapse, rising poverty levels, and the increased global economic disparity. Linking the consumption of environmental resources to our own depleted psychic life, she shows that modernity must be rethought if we are to find a sustainable future for both the environment and our own psychic life.|
|Keywords||Economics Philosophy Economics Religious aspects|
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|Call number||HB72.B72 2000|
|ISBN(s)||9780415237055 0415237068 041523705X|
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