In this major new book, Andre Gorz expands on the political implications of his prescient and influential Paths to Paradise and Critique of Economic Reason. Andre Gorz was born in Austria in , and moved to Paris in , going on to become an editor of “Les Temps Modernes”. He was one of the founders of “Le. Andre Gorz, Capitalism, Socialism, Ecology. Translated by Chris Turner. London: Verso, x + pp. $ cloth; $ paper. After one could.

Author: JoJok Shakadal
Country: Bangladesh
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Politics
Published (Last): 12 November 2008
Pages: 295
PDF File Size: 13.28 Mb
ePub File Size: 5.47 Mb
ISBN: 725-2-96116-223-5
Downloads: 9649
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Mezikasa

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Return to Book Page. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Alongside his journalistic activities, Gorz worked closely with Sartre and adopted an existentialist approach to Marxismleading him to emphasize the questions of alienation and of liberation in the framework of existential experience and an analysis of social systems from the viewpoint of individual experience.

Thereafter, Ivan Illich ‘s thesis on education, medicine or the abolition of wage labour became the focus of his socialsm. Just a moment while we capitaoism you in to your Goodreads account.

Sign up here for discounts and quicker purchasing. Above all, he offers a vital fresh perspective for the left, whose objective, in his view, must be to extend the sphere to autonomous human activity, and increase the possibilities for individual self-fulfilment.

This article has multiple issues. Verso Books 03 September Liberation from wage-slavery and social alienation remained one of his goals, even in his later works.


Fergus rated it really liked it Jan 19, Learn how and when to remove these template messages. Miro R rated it really liked it Nov 23, His central theme was wage labour issues such as liberation from work, just distribution of work, social alienation, and Guaranteed basic income Working at first as a translator of American short stories published by a Swiss editor, he published his first articles in a cooperative journal.

He called himself a “revolutionary-reformist”, a democratic socialist who wanted to see system-changing reforms.

André Gorz – Wikipedia

Lists with This Book. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Chris England rated it really liked it Oct 16, Be the first to ask a question about Capitalism, Socialism, Ecology.

Carl Faber rated it it was ok Feb 13, No eBook available Amazon.

Each is in disarray: Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. In practice, this means that in the future we must receive our full monthly income every month even if caiptalism work full-time only one month in every two or six months in a year or even two years out of four, so as to complete a personal, family or community project, or experiment with different lifestyles, just as we now receive our full salaries during paid holidays, training courses, possibly during periods of sabbatical leave, and so forth Gorz then opposed himself both to hedonist individualism and utilitarianism and to materialist and productivist collectivismdefending a humanist version of ecology similar to social ecology which is opposed to deep ecology.


There are no discussion topics on this book yet. No trivia or quizzes yet. He made such a capitalizm in his book, Critique of Economic Reason, and argued:. His wife had been diagnosed with a terminal illness and they had already said that neither wanted to survive the other’s death.

Capitalism, Socialism, Ecology

Social Change in the PostIndustrial Age. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Wilton rated it it was amazing May 07, Andrre Fetish Clive Hamilton Limited preview – Also a journalist, he co-founded Le Nouvel Observateur weekly in Against the background of technological developments which have transformed the nature of work and the structure of the workforce, Gorz explores the new political agendas facing both left and right.

At the same time, he found himself forced to the periphery of Le Nouvel Observateurbeing replaced by more classically oriented economists, while he followed at the same time a campaign against nuclear industry — to which EDFthe state electricity firm, replied by withdrawing advertisements from the weekly.