Reconstructing Nature: Alienation, Emancipation, and the Division of Labour

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INDEX

a
acid rain 21 -2
Africa 27 , 79 , 120
agriculture:
capitalistic 30 ;
green Utopia 186 -7;
sustainable 123 ;
see also biotechnology, factory farming, genetic engineering
Alexander Technique 155 , 156
alienation:
animals 62 -5;
division of labour 181 , 189 ;
forms of 11 , 16 , 107 , 117 , 134 , 159 , 170 ;
fragmentation of knowledge 48 ;
from nature 9 , 11 , 18 , 21 , 166 ;
green Utopias 181 -4;
Marx’s theory 1 , 16 , 21 , 56 -8, 109 , 134 , 159 ;
Mass-Observation Archive Directive 85 , 100 -1;
nature, industry and 128 -30;
problem of 16 ;
reproductive technology 117 -18;
self-provisioning and cultures of nature 146 -53;
theory of 56 -8;
understanding 13 , 52 - 70 , 166 ;
workplace 191 -3
allotments 146 -7
alternative cultures 154 -61, 194
Althusser, L. 135
Alvater, A. 140 , 143
Amanor, K. 123
anarchism 187 , 189
animals:
alienation 62 -5;
factory farming 11 , 60 (Figure 2.2), 61 , 63 -5, 166 ;
genetic engineering 13 , 113 -14,
see also genetic engineering;
relations with humans 52 , 62 -5, 66 , 166 ;
reproductive technology 76 , 113 -14;
rights 65 , 166
antibiotics 26 , 63
Arato, A. 132 -3
AT&T 197
atomic tests 163 -4
Attenborough, D. 39
Australia 13 , 164
Automatic Debeaking Machine 63

b
bacteria 129
Bahro, R. 189
Baker, L. 194
Bangladesh 23
barbarians 79
Barde,J-P. 142 , 144
Beck, U. 43 , 96 -7, 100 -1;
(1992a) 22 , 41 , 53 , 86 ;
(1992b) 41 -2, 53 , 86 ;
(1992c) 41 , 53 , 86 ;
(1995) 41 , 53 -4;
and Giddens and Lash (1994) 41 , 86
Beckerman, W. 3
Beckwith 105
Begley, S. 119
Bell Corporation 197
Beltsville Pigs 13
Benor, R. 161
Benton, T.:
(1988) 42 ;
(1989) 26 , 112 ;
(1992) 166 ;
(1993) 5 , 18 , 62 , 65 , 72 -3, 76 , 103 -4, 166 , 203 ;
(1995) 181 -2
Bhaskar, R. 31 -2, 58
biodiversity 28 , 65 , 107 , 124 -5
biology:
capitalist exploitation of 46 ;
genetic engineering 54 ;
new 81 -2;
society modelled on 37 -8;
society-nature relations 31 -3, 42 , 68 -9
biomass 130
biotechnology 111 -16, 119 -20, 122 , 123 -30
Birke, L. 62 , 110
Boehmer-Christiansen, S. 24 -5, 100
Bohm, D. 106
Boldt, L. 157 , 160
Bond, G.C. 79
Bookchin, M. 187 -90
Bower, J. 63
Braverman, H. 45 -6, 48
Breeze, N. 127
Brent Spar oil rig 178

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Society, Nature and the Balkanisation of Abstract Knowledge 18
  • 2 - Understanding Alienation 52
  • 3 - Realism, Constructionism and the Problem of ‘nature’ 71
  • 4 - Who Would Know? 85
  • 5 - Industrialising Nature’s Powers 102
  • 6 - Civil Society 131
  • 7 - Knowledge, State Authority and the Division of Labour 163
  • 8 - Green Utopias and the Division of Labour 181
  • Epilogue 203
  • Bibliography 206
  • Index 218
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