Politics in the Anthropocene: Non-human Citizenship and the Grand Domestication

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https://doi.org/10.36253/rifp-2020

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anthropocene, politics, anthropocentrism, citizenship, domestication, Sue Donaldson, Will Kymlicka

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The article has two aims. First, it provides a view of why the standard liberal-democratic political theory is unfit for the Anthropocene. Then, it defends two claims: that the fittest politics for the Anthropocene is to be fully non-anthropocentric and that the best model of a non-anthropocentric political theory is to be grounded in the notion of ‘ecological citizenship’, which can be easily extended to non-human living beings and even to non-living objects, such as ecosystems. The latter claim is defended by endorsing and enlarging Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka’s views of animal citizenship rights and by putting forward a view of the Anthropocene as an age of massive domestication of non-human nature.

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Published

2023-01-25

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Pellegrino, G. (2023). Politics in the Anthropocene: Non-human Citizenship and the Grand Domestication. Rivista Italiana Di Filosofia Politica, (3), 131-160. https://doi.org/10.36253/rifp-2020

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