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Groh, 1980. Social Research 47(3):557-581

Experience of Nature in Bourgeois Sociey and Economic Theory: Outlines of an Interdisciplinary Research Project
Dieter Groh , Rolf-Peter Sieferle

Social Research: An International Quarterly
Theory and Social History
Arien Mack, Editor
Georg G. Iggers and Harold T. Parker
Volume 47, No. 3 (Fall 1980): 557-581

ABSTRACT: The development of capitalism altered the structure of social synthesis in the direction of market integration and so completely transformed man's relationship with nature that developed economic social theory, both capitalist and Marxist, excluded nature from its concerns except as an endless and undifferentiated source of supply for the productive incursions of society; nature thus removed to the periphery of life became an object of aesthetic appreciation and assumed a transcendental and utopian dimension which helped, in part, to compensate man for the ever-increasing emphasis on profit and production and the accompanying secularization of his life.
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