Vol. 72, No. 6 (November 2020)

John Bellamy Foster
2020 Monthly review  
Today, two hundred years after his birth, Frederick Engels can be seen as one of the foundational ecological thinkers of modern times. Engels's contributions to our understanding of the overall ecological problem remain indispensable, rooted in his own deep inquiries into nature's universal metabolism. It is because of the very comprehensiveness of his approach to the dialectic of nature and society that Engels's work can help clarify the momentous challenges facing humanity in the Anthropocene
more » ... in the Anthropocene epoch and the current age of planetary ecological crisis.
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