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Download Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future by Geoff Mann and Joel Wainwright – for free! – until Friday, September 27th!

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Throughout our Back to University/School sale (50% off for the month of September!), we'll be doing flash ebook giveaways from our student reading lists.

Check back here throughout the month to see what you can download! 

Today we're giving away the ebook edition of Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future by Geoff Mann and Joel Wainwright.

Climate Leviathan provides a radical way of thinking about the intensifying challenges to the global order. Drawing on a wide range of political thought, Joel Wainwright and Geoff Mann argue that rapid climate change will transform the world’s political economy and the fundamental political arrangements most people take for granted. It is a key text on our Climate Emergency reading list.

Climate Leviathan will be available for free ebook download until Friday, September 27th at 10.00 BST/5.00 EST. If you have clicked through to this page after that time then you have missed this free ebook download.

All the books on our student reading lists are 50% off until Sunday - click here for more information. Ends Sunday September 30 at 23.59 (EDT).

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“The most influential prophet of the media since Marshall McLuhan.”–i-D Magazine

In this stimulating collection of journalistic essays, Jean Baudrillard delves into a host of subjects, ranging from those of his familiar stomping ground (virtual reality, Disney, television) to topics further afield, such as children’s rights, Holocaust revisionism, AIDS, Formula One racing, mad cow disease and genetic cloning. These intriguing articles demonstrate the true range of Baudrillard’s thought and the versatility of the concepts that founded his philosophy.

Climate Leviathan
**Winner of the 2019 Sussex International Theory Prize**Despite the science and the summits, leading capitalist states have not achieved anything close to an adequate level of carbon mitigation. Th...

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