Deep Ecology

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Gibbs Smith, 1985 - Nature - 267 pages
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Practicing is simple. Nothing forced, nothing violent, just settling into our place. "Deep ecology," a term originated in 1972 by Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess, is emerging as a way to develop harmony between individuals, communities and nature. DEEP ECOLOGY--the term and the book--unfolds the path to living a simple, rich life and shows how to participate in major environmental issues in a positive and creative manner.

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Review: Deep Ecology: Living as if Nature Mattered

User Review  - Faye - Goodreads

Part history of ecology and introduction to the philosophy of ecology ... ecosophy. Read full review

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Seminal book on Deep Ecology and the spirituality of living within nature. Read full review

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Contents

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Deep ecology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Deep ecology is a recent branch of ecological philosophy (ecosophy) that considers humankind an integral part of its environment. ...
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/ Deep_ecology

Ecophilosophy, the Deep Ecology Movement and Ecosophy
This essay explores the recent emergence and development of ecophilosophy with its emphasis on ecocentric values. Just as the aim of traditional philosophy ...
www.ecospherics.net/ pages/ DrengEcophil.html

What is Deep Ecology ?
Deep Ecology is the radical idea that all life has the ... The beliefs of Church of Deep Ecology members are deeply rooted. These beliefs ...
www.churchofdeepecology.org/ codeblankwall.pdf

Critique of Deep Ecology
Deep ecology emerges from the realisation of the inadequacies of this essentially anthropocentric conceit and suggests, by way of corrective, that natural ...
www.uq.edu.au/ ~pdwgrey/ pubs/ cde.html

Bibliography
Compiled by the Institute for Deep Ecology and various others ..... Reprinted from Deep Ecology News, Spring 1999 by Brian Lanahan - additional books ...
www.rainforestinfo.org.au/ deep-eco/ biblio.htm

Deep Ecology: A Critical Introduction
“Deep ecology was a term first used in print by the Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess in 1973. Naess argued that the environmental movement had two key ...
www.greenwich.ac.uk/ ~bj61/ talessi/ tlr6.html

Deep Ecology Critique on the green fuse
Several of the points in the 'Deep Ecology Platform' are problematic and there appear to be inconsistencies within the philosophy as a whole. ...
www.thegreenfuse.org/ deepcrit.htm

1 Deep Ecology Bibliography by dr. Johannes Dingler * Ann Bragg ...
Davis, John (1993): Why Followers of Deep Ecology Should be Animal Rights .... Sylvan's Critique of Deep Ecology. Environmental Studies Occasional Paper No. ...
www.eco-promotion.org/ Dingler_biblio.pdf

Deep Ecology
Arne Naess first coined the term deep ecology in a 1973 article (Naess, Arne, 1973). Deep Ecology refers to a deep, fundamental questioning of views and ...
www.mogensgallardo.com/ deepeco/ english/ deep2.html

DEEP ECOLOGY
Deep ecology is a set of ideas within the environmental movement which stress the belief that modern societies have become anthropocentric - placing the ...
sociologyindex.com/ deep_ecology.htm

About the author (1985)

Bill DeVall has been a guest lecturer and featured speaker at universities in the United States and Australia and at national and international environmental conferences.

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