By Sabine G. MacCormack
MACCORMACK, S. G.: artwork AND rite IN overdue ANTIQUITY. BERKELEY, CA, 1990, xvi 417 p. laminasEncuadernacion unique. Nuevo.
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For now, I want to emphasize the appeal to “realism” and gradualism as it relates to the production of hope and a politics of the possible. ”32 Rhetorically this is a very appealing position. 33 Since the environmental crisis can, as I later argue, signal a fundamental flaw in capitalism and its ability to internalize the crisis in any meaningful way,34 the appeal to reconciliation is crucial for maintaining capitalist hegemony by conflating economics with capitalism. This have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too attitude is precisely why the term “sustainable development” is so popular.
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