Il rapporto tra natura non umana e accumulazione capitalistica. Una riflessione critica a partire dalla teoria di Nancy Fraser

DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.11093949

 Agostino D’Amico e Enrico Sacco 

Agostino D’Amico, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro (agostino.damico@uniba. it; ORCID: 0009-0004-0864-3614); Enrico Sacco, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (; ORCID: 0000-0002-4699-7040). 


The Relationship Between Non-human Nature and Capitalist Accumulation: A Critical Reflection On Nancy Fraser’s Theory 

Abstract: The article problematizes some conceptual dimensions of Nancy Fraser’s critical theory. Among them, the conception of the capitalist model as an institutionalized social order, the attempt to build a theoretical framework capable of bringing to light the areas of interdependence between economic and non-economic factors, and the periodic dynamics of systemic destabilization. After a framing of her work, within the fragmented debate on the crisis of contemporary capitalism, the article focuses on a specific contradiction of the accumulation processes, the relationship between society and nature. Specifically, the changes and transformations that are redefining the boundary between society and non-human nature in the neoliberal regime. The analysis ends by reviewing both positive and negative aspects of Fraser’s critical theory. 
Keywords: Capitalism; Nancy Fraser; Crisis; Nature; Critical Theory. 

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