Post-Growth Living: For an Alternative Hedonism

Kate Soper

"The commitment to an alternative politics of prosperity based on a sustainable economic order needs to be seen as a continuation of the empancipatory project. If we have a cosmopolitan care for the well-being of the poor of the world, and a concern for the quality of life of future generations, then we have to campaign for a change of attitudes to work, consumption, pleasure, and self-realisation in affluent communities."


Further Reading

Lynne Segal - Radical Happiness

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