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Bibliografía de Murray Bookchin

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Libros en castellano

  1. El anarquismo en la sociedad de consumo. Barcelona: Kairós.
  2. Los límites de la ciudad. Madrid: Blume.
  3. Los anarquistas españoles. Barcelona: Grijalbo.
  4. Por una sociedad ecológica. Barcelona: Barcelona.
  5. Ecología libertaria. Madrid: Madre Tierra.
  6. La ecología de la libertad. Móstoles: Nossa y Jara.

 

Principales publicaciones en inglés

  1. Our Synthetic Environment. Knopf, New York. (publicada con el seudónimo Lewis Heber)
  2. “Ecology and Revolutionary Thought”. New Directions in Libertarian Thought.
  3. “Toward a Liberatory Technology.” Comment.
  4. Crisis in Our Cities. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs.
  5. “Listen, Marxist!” Anarchos.
  6. Ecology and revolutionary thought, with the ecology action east manifesto and Toward and ecological solution. Times Change Press, New York.
  7. Post-Scarcity Anarchism. Ramparts Press, Berkeley.
  8. “Toward an Ecological Society.” Roots.
  9. “Reflections on Spanish Anarchism. Our Generation.
  10. The limits of the city. Harper & Row, New York.
  11. “Energy, Ecotechnology, and Ecology.” Liberation.
  12. The Spanish Anarchists. Harper and Row, New York.
  13. “Beyond Neo-Marxism”. Telos. no. 36, pp. 5-28.
  14. “Marxism as Bourgeois Sociology.” Comment.
  15. “Self-Magement and the New Technology.” Telos.
  16. “An Open Letter to the Ecology Movement.” Comment.
  17. Toward an Ecological Society. Black Rose Books, Montreal.
  18. Ecology of Freedom: The Emergence and Dissolution of Hierarchy. Cheshire Books, Palo Alto.
  19. “Sociobiology or Social Ecology.” Harbinger.
  20. “The Last Chance: An Appeal for Social and Ecological Sanity.” Comment.
  21. Re-Enchanting Humanity: A Defense of the Human Spirit against Antihumanism, Mysticism and Primitivism. Black Rose Books, New York.
  22. “Theses on Libertarian Municipalism.” Our Generation.
  23. “What Is Radical Social Ecology?” Harbinger.
  24. Modern Crisis. New Society, Philadelphia.
  25. Philosophy of Social Ecology. Black Rose Books, New York.
  26. The Rise of Urbanization and the Decline of Citizenship. Sierra Club, San Francisco.
  27. “Social Ecology versus ‘Deep Ecology'”. Green Perspectives. 4-5.
  28. “Thinking Ecologically: a Dialectical Approach”, Our Generation. 18, 2.
  29. “New social movements: the anarchic dimension”. En: For Anarchism: History, Theory, and Practice ( Goodway, D., ed.) pp. 259-274. Routledge, London y New York.
  30. Remaking Society. Black Rose Books, Montreal.
  31. The Philosophy of Social Ecology: Essays on Dialectical Naturalism. Black Rose Books, Montreal.
  32. Urbanization without Cities: The Rise and Decline of Citizenship. Black Rose Press, Montreal.

1993 “What is Social Ecology?”, En: Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology, (Zimmerman, M.E. ed.). Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs.

  1. “The Ghost of Anarcho-syndicalism”. Anarchist Studies. Vol. 1, Number 1.
  2. Deep Ecology & Anarchism: A Polemic. Freedom Press, Londres.
  3. Which Way for the Ecology Movement? A.K. Press, Edinburgh y San Francisco.
  4. To Remember Spain: The Anarchist and Syndicalist Revolution of 1936. A.K. Press. Edinburgh and San Francisco.
  5. From Urbanization to Cities : Toward a New Politics of Citizenship. Cassell, Londres.
  6. Re-enchanting humanity: a defense of the human spirit against antihumanism, misanthropy, mysticism, and primitivism. Cassell, Londres, New York.
  7. Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism: Unbridgeable Chasm.  A.K. Press. Edinburgh and San Francisco.
  8. The Third Revolution, volúmenes 1 y 2. Cassell, Londres.
  9. Anarchism, Marxism, and the Future of the Left: Interviews and Essays, 1993-1998.   A.K. Press, Edinburgh and San Francisco.
  10. “The Communalist Project.”Harbinger; Communalism.
  11. The Third Revolution, volúmens 3 y 4. Continuum, Londres.