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Murray Bookchin bibliography

Murray Bookchin
bibliography
References and footnotes


This is a list of works by Murray Bookchin (1921–2006). For a more complete list, please see the Bookchin bibliography compiled by Janet Biehl.

Books

  • Our Synthetic Environment (1962, as Lewis Herber)[1][2][3]
  • Crisis in Our Cities (1965, as Lewis Herber)[4]
  • Post-Scarcity Anarchism (1971)[5][6][7][8]
    • Essay collection including "Ecology and Revolutionary Thought", "Towards a Liberatory Technology", "Desire and Need",[9] and "Listen, Marxist!"[10]
  • The Spanish Anarchists (1976)[11]
  • Towards an Ecological Society (1980)[12]
  • The Ecology of Freedom (1982)[13]
  • The Modern Crisis (1986)[citation needed]
  • The Limits of the City (1974,[14] 2nd ed. 1986[15])
  • The Rise of Urbanization and the Decline of Citizenship (1987)[16][17]
    • Urbanization without Cities: The Rise and Decline of Citizenship (1992)[18]
    • From Urbanization to Cities: Towards a New Politics of Citizenship (1995)[19][20][21]
  • Remaking Society (1990)[22]
  • To Remember Spain (1994)[citation needed]
  • The Philosophy of Social Ecology (1995)[23]
  • Re-Enchanting Humanity (1995)[citation needed]
  • Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism (1995)[24][25][26][27]
  • Considering the Third Revolution: Popular Movements in the Revolutionary Era (1996, 1998)[28][29]
  • The Politics of Social Ecology: Libertarian Municipalism (1997)[citation needed]
  • Anarchism, Marxism and the Future of the Left. Interviews and Essays, 1993–1998 (1999)[citation needed]
  • Social Ecology and Communalism (2007)[citation needed]
  • The Next Revolution: Popular Assemblies and the Promise of Direct Democracy (2015)[citation needed]

Books about Bookchin

References

  1. ^ Cebada, Juan Diego Pérez (2013). "An Editorial Flop Revisited: Rethinking the Impact of Murray Bookchin's 'Our Synthetic Environment' on its Golden Anniversary". Global Environment. 6 (12): 250–273. ISSN 1973-3739. JSTOR 43201749.
  2. ^ Gruenberg, Ernest M. (1962). "Review of Our Synthetic Environment". Scientific American. 207 (4): 170–171. ISSN 0036-8733. JSTOR 24936727.
  3. ^ Book Review Digest 1962 & 1963
  4. ^ Book Review Digest 1965
  5. ^ Battersby, Mark (1973). "Review of Post-Scarcity Anarchism". Alternatives. 3 (1): 8–9. ISSN 0002-6638. JSTOR 45029923.
  6. ^ Book Review Digest 1972
  7. ^ Gitlin, Todd (March 6, 1972). "To the Far Side of the Abyss". The Nation. p. 309.
  8. ^ Perlin, Terry M. (1972). "Radical Mavericks". Dissent. pp. 538–539.
  9. ^ Goodway, David (2006). Anarchist Seeds Beneath the Snow: Left-Libertarian Thought and British Writers from William Morris to Colin Ward. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. p. 314. ISBN 978-1-84631-025-6.
  10. ^ Goodway, David (2013). For Anarchism (RLE Anarchy). Routledge. ISBN 1-135-03755-8.
  11. ^ Book Review Digest 1978
  12. ^ Clark, John (1982). "Rev. of Towards an Ecological Society". Telos (52): 224. ISSN 0090-6514.
  13. ^ Book Review Digest 1982
  14. ^ Perlin, Terry M. (1975). "Review of The Limits of the City". Science & Society. 39 (2): 241–243. ISSN 0036-8237. JSTOR 40401888.
  15. ^ Taylor, John (February 1987). "Rev. of The Limits of the City (second revised edition)". Urban History Review / Revue d'histoire urbaine. 15 (3): 301. doi:10.7202/1018033ar. ISSN 0703-0428.
  16. ^ "Book Reviews and Notes: The Rise of Urbanization and the Decline of Citizenship". Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society. 8 (1): 96. February 1988. doi:10.1177/027046768800800191. ISSN 0270-4676.
  17. ^ Andersen, Hans O. (1989). "Review of The Rise of Urbanization and the Decline of Citizenship". The Science Teacher. 56 (1): 90. ISSN 0036-8555. JSTOR 24141236.
  18. ^ Hoggett, Paul (1994). "Review of Urbanization Without Cities: The Rise and Decline of Citizenship". Community Development Journal. 29 (3): 288–290. ISSN 0010-3802. JSTOR 44258732.
  19. ^ Rigby, S.H. (1997). "Review of From Urbanization to Cities: Towards a New Politics of Citizenship". Urban History. 24 (1): 106–107. ISSN 0963-9268. JSTOR 44612863.
  20. ^ Hallett, Graham (August 1997). "Rev. of From Urbanisation to Cities". Cities. 14 (4): 241–242. doi:10.1016/S0264-2751(97)82706-0. ISSN 0264-2751.
  21. ^ Hill, Dilys M. (December 1997). "Book reviews: From Urbanization to Cities". Democratization. 4 (4): 207–208. doi:10.1080/13510349708403543. ISSN 1351-0347 – via Taylor & Francis.
  22. ^ Thurow, Glen E. (December 1990). "New Gods or Old Idols?". Reason. pp. 35–38.
  23. ^ Alexander, Don (1997). "Review of The Philosophy of Social Ecology". Canadian Journal of Urban Research. 6 (1): 57–59. ISSN 1188-3774. JSTOR 44320501.
  24. ^ Clark, John (Fall 2006). "Bridging the Unbridgeable Chasm: On Bookchin's Critique of the Anarchist Tradition". Perspectives on Anarchist Theory: 33–41.
  25. ^ McLaughlin, Paul (2007). Anarchism and Authority: A Philosophical Introduction to Classical Anarchism. Ashgate. ISBN 978-0-7546-6196-2. Bookchin counterposes his social anarchism to individualistic, primitivist, and postmodern forms – or, collectively, ‘lifestyle anarchism’ (as represented by John Zerzan, Hakim Bey, and others). These forms of anarchism he regards as socially irrelevant and morally self-indulgent expressions of capitalist culture.
  26. ^ Widmer, Kingsley (1997). "How Broad and Deep Is Anarchism (Rev. of Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism: An Unbridgeable Chasm by Murray Bookchin)". Social Anarchism (24): 77–83. ISSN 0196-4801.
  27. ^ Black, Bob (1997). Anarchy After Leftism. C.A.L. Press. ISBN 978-1-890532-00-0.
  28. ^ Harrison, J. Frank (1999). Bookchin, Murray (ed.). "Considering the Third Revolution: Popular Movements in the Revolutionary Era". Labour / Le Travail. 44: 239–244. doi:10.2307/25148996. ISSN 0700-3862. JSTOR 25148996.
  29. ^ Kiernan, V. G. (1998). "Review of The Third Revolution. Vol. I: Popular Movements in the Revolutionary Era". The English Historical Review. 113 (451): 484–485. ISSN 0013-8266. JSTOR 577790.
  30. ^ Salleh, Ariel (2000). "Review of The Murray Bookchin Reader; Social Ecology after Bookchin". Organization & Environment. 13 (3): 367–369. ISSN 1086-0266. JSTOR 26161809.