Capitalism and the Metabolic Rift Between Social and Ecological Systems

Myriad notable thinkers, especially from the 18th and 19th centuries onwards, have fiercely critiqued the social and environmental depravities of industrial capitalism- a rapacious socioeconomic system predicated on endless growth and profit maximization through ever-increasing levels of production and consumption, regardless of environmental or social costs. Offering prescient observations on the tendency for the overriding maxim … Continue reading Capitalism and the Metabolic Rift Between Social and Ecological Systems