Social and intellectual movements

The social and intellectual movements tag applies to posts that discuss how other social and intellectual movements relate to effective altruism. For example, they might discuss:

  • Building alliances with them
  • What we can learn from them
  • Ways in which we should oppose them

Further reading

Aird, Michael (2020) Collection of EA analyses of how social social movements rise, fall, can be influential, etc., Effective Altruism Forum, March 26.
Many additional resources on this topic or related topics.

Della Porta, Donatella & Mario Diani (eds.) (2015) The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Klandermans, Bert & Conny Roggeband (eds.) (2010) Handbook of Social Movements across Disciplines, New York: Springer Science+Business Media.

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