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1. Thinking the Anthropocene Clive Hamilton, Christophe Bonneuil and Francois Gemenne Part 1: The concept and its implications 2. The Geological Turn: Narratives of the Anthropocene Christophe Bonneuil 3. Human Destiny in the Anthropocene Clive Hamilton 4. The Anthropocene and the Convergence of Histories Dipesh Chakrabarty 5. The Political Ecology of the Technocene: Uncovering ecologically unequal exchange in the world-system Alf Hornborg 6. Losing the Earth Knowingly: Six grammars of environmental reflexivity around 1800 Jean-Baptiste Fressoz Part 2: Catastrophism in the Anthropocene 7. Anthropocene, Catastrophism and Green Political Theory Luc Semal 8. Eschatology in the Anthropocene: From the chronos of deep time to the kairos of the age of humans Michael Northcott 9. Green Eschatology Yves Cochet Part 3: Rethinking politics 10. Back to the Holocene: A conceptual, and possibly practical, return to a nature not intended for humans Virginie Maris 11. Accepting the Reality of Gaia: A fundamental shift? Isabelle Stengers 12. Telling Friends from Foes in the Time of the Anthropocene Bruno Latour 13. A Much-Needed Renewal of Environmentalism? Eco-politics in the Anthropocene Ingolfur Bluhdorn 14. The Anthropocene and Its Victims Francois Gemenne Epilogue 15. Commission on Planetary Ages Decision CC87966424/49: The Onomatophore of the Anthropocene Bronislaw Szerszynski
Clive Hamilton is Professor of Public Ethics at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Charles Sturt University in Canberra, Australia. Christophe Bonneuil is a Senior researcher in History at the Centre A. Koyre (CNRS, EHESS and MNHN) Paris, France. Francois Gemenne is a Research fellow at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (CEARC), France and at the University of Liege (CEDEM), Belgium.
'These are fascinating, many-sided and important explorations of how all the complicated things that humans do are changing the future of a planet."-Jan Zalasiewicz, University of Leicester, UK and Chair of the Anthropocene Working Group