Engels's Ecologically Indispensable if Incomplete Dialectics of Nature

Authors

  • Paul Blackledge

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-072-11-2021-04_6

Keywords:

Philosophy, Marxist Ecology, Ecology, Marxism

Abstract

Engels was neither a reductionist nor a positivist, and, far from being a political fatalist, he embraced a form of interventionist politics that was underpinned by a historically emergent ethics. It was this standpoint that he aimed to philosophically ground in Dialectics of Nature.

Published

2021-04-01

Issue

Section

Reviews