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  1. Education in the Anthropocene: Ethico-Moral Dimensions and Critical Realist Openings.Lausanne Laura Olvitt - 2017 - Journal of Moral Education 46 (4):396-409.
    Human-induced changes in planetary bio-geo-chemical processes have tipped earth into a newly-proposed geological epoch: the Anthropocene, which places moral and ethical demands on people regarding who should take responsibility for the well-being of people and planet, how, and why. Drawing generally on critical realist ontology, and more particularly on Roy Bhaskar’s concept of the person as a ‘four-planar social being’ living in the world as a laminated ontological whole, the article examines the dimensions of people’s ethico-moral engagement with the Anthropocene (...)
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  • “Melancholic? Naturally!”: Impulses for Cultural Transformation From Queer-Ecological Worldmaking, Activism, and Art in a Western Context.Judith Ezra Mühlbacher - 2020 - World Futures 76 (5-7):353-374.
    Although ecological grief is a common psychic response to socioecological losses, there are no shared spaces to engage with it in Western cultures—a symptom of the problematic way they conceive Nat...
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  • Activism by Other Means.Waltraud Ernst - 2017 - Angelaki 22 (2):239-244.
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  • The Spectacular Anthropocene.Andrew Kalaidjian - 2017 - Angelaki 22 (4):19-34.
    Geologists propose the term Anthropocene to reflect the dramatic changes that humans have made to the planet. While scientists pursue the reality of our current epoch, technology and media create an increasingly spectacular narrative surrounding environmental events. I look to critiques from Guy Debord and other media theorists as well as Patrick Modiano’s In the Café of Lost Youth to outline modes of détournement and resistance to an increasingly mediated world. Contemporary environmental aesthetics must face the challenge of critiquing technological (...)
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