Homo Ecologicus: Money Between Economy and Ecology

Homo Ecologicus: Money Between Economy and Ecology

The image of Homo Economicus underpins the ubiquity of neo-classical economics, delineating the possibilities of exchange for humans conceived as rational and self-interested beings. How does growing awareness of our ecological entanglements with human and more-than-human beings invite a reimagining of our economies, societies and political systems?

Hosted by Economythologies and moderated by Glen Fuller, this session brings together Kamaljit SanghaTim HolloDeclan Kuch, and Deborah Cleland to discuss how money, exchange and community may be re-configured through ecological alternatives. 

The session will be livestreamed  at 10:00am AEST, Friday 6th November at https://economythologies.network/

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