One of the main features of the contemporary environmental crisis
is that no one has a clear idea of what is going on. The author
uses an extension of Marx's theory of alienation to explain why
people find it so difficult to relate their different knowledges of
the natural and social world. He argues that nevertheless it is
possible to relate these to the abstractions of ecological
discourse. Emancipation can come only through embracing science and
rationality rather than rejecting them and, in the process,
humanity as well as the non-human world will benefit.
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