The Economics of Needs and Limits (ENL) is an analytical framework that is intended to guide a contractionary, post-capitalist economy. It is based on the ethical principle that all human beings, present and future, are of high and equal worth. This implies that an economy must maximize well-being and equity while preserving the environment for future generations. This post is the first in a series that describes how ENL applies in specific situations. Continue reading
The environmentally concerned are constantly being manipulated by a wide array of mainstream forces. This list is intended to help you recognize the most common forms of this manipulation.
Describes the three illusions that are the most significant impediments to effective action on the ecological crisis.
Explains the political structure of a capitalist society, the political underpinnings of progressivism and modern conservatism, and the strategic implications of the ideas presented.
Provides an overview of the Economics of Needs and Limits (ENL), which is my conceptual framework for guiding post-capitalist economies.
This book is my comprehensive treatment of the ENL framework.
Under pressure from capitalism, biology claims that life is purely objective. In fact, the essence of life is subjective awareness.