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Earthbound the Aesthetics of Sovereignty in the Anthropocene

by Daniel Matthews
Publisher: Edinburgh Critical Studies in
Release Date: 2021-08-31
Genre: Law
Pages: 224 pages
ISBN 13: 9781474455305
ISBN 10: 1474455301
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Daniel Matthews shows how sovereignty - the organising principle for modern law and politics - depends on a distinctive aesthetics that ensures that we see, feel and order the world in such a way that keeps the realities of climate change and ecological destruction largely 'off stage'. Through analysis of a range of legal, literary, ecological and philosophical texts, this book outlines the significance of this aesthetic organisation of power and explores how it might be transformed in an effort to attend to the various challenges associated with the Anthropocene, setting the grounds for a new, ecologically attuned, critical jurisprudence.
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Earthbound: the Aesthetics of Sovereignty in the Anthropocene
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: Daniel Matthews
Categories: Law
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-31 - Publisher: Edinburgh Critical Studies in

Daniel Matthews shows how sovereignty - the organising principle for modern law and politics - depends on a distinctive aesthetics that ensures that we see, feel and order the world in such a way that keeps the realities of climate change and ecological destruction largely 'off stage'. Through analysis of a range of legal, literary, ecological and philosophical texts, this book outlines the significance of this aesthetic organisation of power and explores how it might be transformed in an effort to attend to the various challenges associated with the Anthropocene, setting the grounds for a new, ecologically attuned, critical jurisprudence.