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Student
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Iuliia Ostrovskaia
The Political Philosophy of the Eco-Anarchism: the Genesis and State of the Art.
2017
This paper considers eco-anarchism (or green anarchism) as a school of thought within anarchism which puts a particular emphasis on environmental issues. Anarchism as a political philosophy opposed to hierarchy and authority, and is often used as a critical lens to analyze the whole of human society. Anarchist theory, which provides the theoretical background for the thesis and attempts to link anarchism and environmentalism have been advanced by contemporary anarchist writers such as John Zerzan, Fredy Perlman, Murray Bookchin, Graham Purchase and Jeff Shantz. Also have been used sites of environmental movements, organisations and trade unions.

Keywords: anarchism, eco-anarchism, green anarchism, environmentalism, regionalism, social movements.

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