Utopias against modernity: Huxley, Serreau and the making of non-capitalist ecologies

ENTITLE blog - a collaborative writing project on Political Ecology

Rocío Hiraldo*

Primitivist utopias in Coline Serreau’s film La Belle Verte and Aldous Huxley’s book Island suggest modernity is incompatible with the achievement of green and fair ecologies because of the ways in which it artificially disconnects us from the greater whole to which we belong, hence from other humans and non-human nature.

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