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The twenty-first century is a time of escalating, overlapping crises-ecological, political, social-which we may not survive. In this brilliant, wide-ranging conversation, political philosophers Nancy Fraser and Rahel Jaeggi identify capitalism as the source of the devastation. In an exchange that ranges across history, critical theory, ecology, feminism and political theory, Fraser and Jaeggi find that capitalism's tendency to divide things essentially connected-human from non-human nature, for example-drives it into increasing peril. These "boundary struggles," Fraser and Jaeggi conclude, constitute capitalism's most destructive trait but are also the sites where a fighting left movement might be able to halt the destruction and build the post-capitalist future we so desperately need.