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Robert Booth

Robert Booth has lectured in philosophy at the University of Liverpool, the University of Manchester, and Liverpool Hope University. His research focuses mainly on how work done at the intersection of phenomenology, ecofeminism, and new realist metaphysics might inform practical means of tackling the environmental crisis and other social ills.

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Cover of 'Becoming a Place of Unrest'

Becoming a Place of Unrest
Environmental Crisis and Ecophenomenological Praxis
By Robert Booth

In this bold argument, Robert Booth asserts that the environmental crisis stems from our anthropocentric understanding of, and behavior in, the more-than-human world. Linking environmental phenomenology to ecofeminism, he shows why and how an ecophenomenological praxis may interrupt the environmental crisis at its source.

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