Law professor Jedediah Purdy believes that rather than being widely accepted, democratic capitalism “will continue to generate its own opposition, because it leaves both material needs and the appetite for recognition unsatisfied.”
“Trump's campaign has been called everything from neo-fascist to post-argument. Its version of politics might also be called post-imagination.”
the Huffington Post
The author of the new book “After Nature: A Politics for the Anthropocene” looks at a world irrevocably changed by humans and finds that it demands a fundamentally different politics – one that places a moral value on climates and landscapes and takes responsibility for future generations.
Yale Environment 360
“The politics of climate change remains too shallow and weak even to turn this agreement into real change. All the action now returns to the 188 countries that, in theory, are now going to cut their carbon emissions.”