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    Recalibrating the Anthropocene
    with John Robinson
    Environmental Philosophy 13 (2): 175-194. 2016.
    Geologically speaking, the Anthropocene marks the end of the Holocene period, a time of great planetary stability. Conceptually speaking, the Anthropocene marks the end of the Modernist period, a time of great epistemic stability. As scientific framings of sustainability strain under anthro­pocenic realities, reconceptualizing sustainability may be necessary. By positioning human/nature relations beyond Modernist dichotomies under­pinning scientific discourse, the implications of the Anthropocen…Read more
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    Recalibrating the Anthropocene in advance
    with John Robinson
    Environmental Philosophy. forthcoming.