Murray Bookchin

The Murray Bookchin Reader

The Murray Bookchin Reader, edited by Janet Biehl

The Philosophy of Social Ecology: Essays on Dialectical Naturalism

This edition of The Philosophy of Social Ecology has been so radically revised that in many respects it is a new book. There is a new introduction, a new Preface and a new essay titled "History, Civilization, and Progress. - The Philosophy of Social Ecology

Murray Bookchin: Komunumismo, Naturo kaj Libero

Alfonso Lopez Rojo priskribi sur Bookchin kaj lia pensoj.

The Bernie Sanders Paradox: When Socialism Grows Old

Murray Bookchin's 1986 article analyzing Bernie Sanders' Burlington Vermont mayoral campaign and the aftermath is equally relevant in relation to his 2016 presidential campaign. Also includes a response from Brian Higgins and rejoinder from Murry Bookchin from the next issue.

Anarchos No. 2 (Spring 1968)

The No. 2 (Spring 1968) issue of Anarchos, an anarchist publication produced by the Eastside Anarchist Group out of New York during the late 1960s.

"Where license reigns with all impunity": an anarchist study of the Rotinonshón:ni polity

Aiewahtha Wampum Belt

Generations before historical contact with Europeans,the Six Nations of the Rotinonshón:ni united through the Kaianere'kó:wa (“the Great Good Way”) into the same polity and ended blood feuding without economic exploitation, stratification, or the formation of a centralized state.

The Spanish Anarchists: The Heroic Years, 1868-1936

The seminal history of Spanish anarchism: from its earliest inception to the organizations that claimed over two million members on the eve of the 1936 Revolution. It has been hailed as a masterpiece.

Our Synthetic Environment - Murray Bookchin

Our Synthetic Environment is a 1962 book by Murray Bookchin, published under the pseudonym "Lewis Herber".

The ecology of freedom: the emergence and dissolution of hierarchy - Murray Bookchin

“The very notion of the domination of nature by man stems from the very real domination of human by human.” With this succinct formulation, Murray Bookchin launches his most ambitious work, The Ecology of Freedom. An engaging and extremely readable book of breathtaking scope, its inspired synthesis of ecology, anthropology and political theory traces our conflicting legacies of hierarchy and freedom from the first emergence of human culture to today’s globalized capitalism, constantly pointing the way to a sane, sustainable ecological future.