What’s really, really alternative
Encouraging to see this article on a leftist platform:
It even mentions bioregionalism! So rare.
Yet this article doesn’t fully “get it” . . . in the sense that it lauds cultural diversity but then goes on to try to prescribe a best way to organize society.
In a really, really green bioregional world cultural diversity would mean that you’d see diversity of lifeways.
There would be no need for a leftist theorist to try to define a “best way” to handle economic relations or social relations or much of anything. Each regional sovereignty would exhibit its own preferred way. There would be very little universalism.
There would be . . . diversity.