Über den Autor
John P. Clark is Gregory F. Curtin Distinguished Professor in Humane Letters and the Professions as well as Professor of Philosophy and a member of the Environmental Studies faculty at Loyola University New Orleans, USA. He is the author of several books, including Anarchy, Geography, Modernity: The Radical Social Thought of Elis e Reclus (2004).
Preface Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: In search of the impossible community 2. Critique of the Gotham Program: From libertarian socialism to communitarian anarchism 3. The third concept of liberty: Theorizing the free community 4. Against principalities and powers: Critique of domination versus liberalization of domination 5. Anarchy and the dialectic of utopia: The place of no place 6. The microecology of community: Toward a theory of grassroots organization 7. Bridging the unbridgeable chasm: Personal transformation and social action in anarchist practice 8. Disaster anarchism: Hurricane Katrina and the shock of recognition 9. The common good: Sarvodaya and the Gandhian legacy 10. Beyond the limits of the city: A communitarian anarchist critique of libertarian municipalism Bibliography Index
Shows how communitarian anarchism can help solve contemporary social and ecological issues.
This Contemporary Anarchist Studies volume shows how the current social and ecological crises can be helped by anarchist praxis, such as community organizing.