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    Reformulating emancipation in the Anthropocene: From didactic apocalypse to planetary subjectivities.Manuel Arias-Maldonado - 2022 - European Journal of Social Theory 25 (1):136-154.
    The ideal of emancipation has been traditionally grounded on the premise that human activity is not restrained by external boundaries. Thus the realisation of values such as autonomy or recognition has been facilitated by economic growth and material expansion. Yet there is mounting evidence that the human impact on natural systems at the planetary level, a novelty captured by the concept of the Anthropocene, endangers the Earth’s habitability. If human development is to be limited for the sake of global sustainability, (...)
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  2. Environment and Society: Socionatural Relations in the Anthropocene.Manuel Arias-Maldonado - 2015 - Cham: Imprint: Springer.
    This short book sets out to explore the concept of nature in the context of a changing reality, in which the extent of our transformation of the environment has become evident: What is nature and to what extent has humanity transformed it? How do nature and society relate to one another? What does the idea of a sustainable society entail and how can nature be understood as a political subject? What is the Anthropocene and how does it affect nature as (...)
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  3. En busca del presente: veinte años de ensayo y pensamiento contemporáneo en la revista Letras Libres.Manuel Arias-Maldonado (ed.) - 2020 - Ciudad de México, México: Gris Tormenta.
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    Real Green: Sustainability After the End of Nature.Manuel Arias-Maldonado - 2012 - Ashgate.
    Introduction: an imaginary crisis? reframing green politics -- Nature and society: society within nature; nature within society; from nature to human environment -- Sustainability after the end of nature: the principle of sustainability; the politics of sustainability -- Towards a green liberal society: green politics, democracy and liberalism; can we democratise sustainability?; ecological citizenship and sustainability -- Conclusion: the future of green politics.
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  5. Rethinking the environment for the anthropocene: political theory and socionatural relations in the new geological epoch.Manuel Arias-Maldonado & Zev M. Trachtenberg (eds.) - 2019 - New York, NY: Routledge.
  6. Towards a good anthropocene?Manuel Arias-Maldonado - 2019 - In Manuel Arias-Maldonado & Zev M. Trachtenberg (eds.), Rethinking the environment for the anthropocene: political theory and socionatural relations in the new geological epoch. Routledge.
     
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    What's in a Pandemic? COVID-19 and the Anthropocene.Manuel Arias-Maldonado - 2023 - Environmental Values 32 (1):45-63.
    After the viral outbreak that hit populations across the planet in the first half of 2020, it has been argued that the coronavirus pandemic can be described as a quintessential phenomenon of the Anthropocene, i.e. the result of a particular stage of socionatural relations in which wild habitats are invaded and anthropogenic climate change creates the conditions for the emergence of more frequent viral pathogens. Likewise, it has also been argued that the pandemic is an event that shares structural features (...)
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    Let’s Make It Real: In Defense of a Realistic Constructivism.Manuel Arias-Maldonado - 2011 - Environmental Ethics 33 (4):377-393.
    The relationship between society and nature has an outstanding importance in the fields of environmental philosophy and sociology. It is dominated by the opposition between realism and constructivism, i.e., between those who argue that nature is an entity independent of society and those who respond that nature is a social construction. Such conflict is usually solved by accepting that nature exists, but our knowledge of it can only be socially mediated. However, a new version of constructivism can be defended, one (...)
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