• A Dangerous Liaison? Libertarianism, Sustainability, and Ecological Citizenship. 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2014-04-22)
      La comunicación versa sobre la relación entre la sostenibilidad ecológica y la sociedad liberal. Más concretamente, explora la compatibilidad de ambos y la utilidad que algunas herramientas de la filosofía libertaria puede ...
    • An Impossible object? Ecological Democracy after the Anthropocene 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2017-02-21)
      El paper se pregunta en qué medida la democracia -o sea, una democracia ecológica- puede ocuparse del Antropoceno, la nueva era geológica que describe una masiva penetración humana en los sistemas naturales.
    • Domination in the Anthropocene 

      Arias Maldonado, Manuel (2019-04-04)
      The critique of human domination is a tenet of environmental thinking. Now, the rise of the Anthropocene has increased the risk that survivalism obscures nonhuman emancipation as a public and private goal: if the conversation ...
    • Forever 21 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (Universidad de Málaga, 2013-07)
    • A genealogy of post-truth: philosophy, affects, technology 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2018-09-03)
      How to make sense of both post-truth and post-factualism? As the erosion of truth seems to be on the rise in contemporary societies, apparently threatening the deliberative function assigned to their public spheres and ...
    • El giro antropocénico 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2015-06-22)
      De acuerdo con los datos amasados por los científicos naturales, la colonización humana de la naturaleza ha alcanzado tal grado que hay razones para pensar que hemos dejado atrás el Holoceno para adentrarnos en una nueva ...
    • Naturaleza, sociedad, democracia. Una crítica reconstructiva del ecologismo político 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2001)
      La insatisfactoria constitución teórica de que adolece un ecologismo político que permanece presa de aquellos valores que históricamente lo fundaron, pero cuya revisión es impostergable, demanda su reformulación como ...
    • Rethinking Populism in the Digital Age: Social Networks, Political Affects and Post-Truth Democracies 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2017-09-21)
      Although populism is not a new phenomena, its rise in the aftermath of the financial crisis presents some novelties that are worth exploring. Mostly, they refer to the transformation of the public sphere in the digital ...
    • Science or fiction? What the anthropocene means for EPT 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2018-04-02)
      How should environmental political theorists deal with environmental science? The question has acquired a new urgency with the rise of the Anthropocene, a geological-cum-ecological concept received with skepticism by many ...
    • The future is now! Reframing Environmentalism in the Anthropocene 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2016-04-19)
      Este trabajo trata de evaluar el impacto que la noción del Antropoceno tiene sobre la teoría política medioambiental. En especial, se toman en consideración los contenidos que sobre la relación socionatural comunica esa ...
    • The politicization of a sociofact: exploring economic inequality in the global age 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2016-07-22)
      La comunicación aborda la pregunta acerca de si la desigualdad socioeconómica es no un problema de naturaleza política. Por el camino, se ocupa de las causas de la desigualdad en la era global, así como de atender a los ...
    • The sense of an ending? Nature in the Anthropocene 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2014-09-01)
      Among the normative questions posed by the supposed advent of the Anthropocene is the following: Does the Anthropocene spell the end of nature? The philosophical answer to that question may determine the political answer ...
    • Will the humble inherit the Earth? Towards a realistic politics of habitation 

      Arias-Maldonado, Manuel Jesus (2015-08-27)
      The related notions of habitation and habitability offer a very promising way for framing the conversation about the issues around which environmental political theory has gravitated from its inception: sustainability, ...