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The Progress of This Storm by Andreas Malm

The Progress of This Storm

The Progress of This Storm by Andreas Malm
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Feb 13, 2018 | 256 Pages
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“Andreas Malm’s new masterpiece The Progress of This Storm fills an urgent need, as did his seminal Fossil Capital in 2016. In his earlier book, he demonstrated that the fossil capitalism was not preordained by God or Nature or Technology, and that the answer is system change not climate change. In his new study, he teaches us how we can transcend those fashionable, ecological philosophies, clouding our understanding, that stand in the way of the unity of environmental theory and practice. No more definitive work of its kind exists today.”
—John Bellamy Foster, editor of Monthly Review, author of Marx’s Ecology

“As the global crisis grows, it is more important than ever to understand the complex relationship between society and nature, but much of what passes for environmental theory generates more confusion than insight. Andreas Malm has written another essential contribution to ecological Marxism, a brilliant and clearly written polemic that demolishes constructionism, hybridism, postmodernism and related academic fads, and defends historical materialism as the only credible alternative.”
—Ian Angus, author of Facing the Anthropocene

The Progress of This Storm is a furious defense of dialectical thought, and of historical materialism as the theoretical lens appropriate for viewing global warming in all its social and natural complexity.”
—Michael Robbins,Bookforum


The Progress of This Storm issues a welcome call to get serious about political agency.”
—Alyssa Battistoni, Nation

“Andreas Malm has a deep understanding of climate change, writes clearly, and presents a useful overview of environmental thought. He also introduces some compelling concepts of his own, with provocative implications for political struggle … [The Progress of This Storm] is genuinely stirring in his militant calls to action.”
—Dayton Martindale, Boston Review

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