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On Economization and Ecologization as Civilizing Processes
Vol. 2, No. 1 (SPRING 1993), pp. 33-46
Published by: White Horse Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30301307
Page Count: 14
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In this article the meaning and main phases of 'economization' as a civilizing process are outlined. It is argued that 'ecologization' of the current political-economic regime can in a certain sense be regarded as a continuation of this development. Due attention is given to social conditions which may be favourable or impedimental to an ecologization of 'the economy'. It is pleaded that environmental policies should used the so-called trickle-down effect to their advantage.
Environmental Values © 1993 White Horse Press