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Land and the Given Economy: The Hermeneutics and Phenomenology of Dwelling

2017.04.10 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Todd S. Mei, Land and the Given Economy: The Hermeneutics and Phenomenology of Dwelling, Northwestern University Press, 2017,
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2017.04.10 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Todd S. Mei, Land and the Given Economy: The Hermeneutics and Phenomenology of Dwelling, Northwestern University Press, 2017, 251pp., $34.95 (pbk), IBSN 9780810134065. Reviewed by by Casey Rentmeester, Bellin College Todd S. Mei examines the problematic assumptions of modern economic conceptions of land through the lenses of hermeneutics and phenomenology. Displaying an equally impressive mastery of economics and philosophy, Mei argues that popular economic conceptions of land that think of it narrowly as a form of capital stemming from the work of thinkers like Locke and Marx fail to recognize how our individual and communal being is dependent upon the land. Employing economic concepts from David Ricardo and Henry George alongside philosophical concepts from Heidegger, Mei argues persuasively that land not only provides the ground and source upon which economic production is possible, but also the. . .

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