The Ecological Thought

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Harvard University Press, Apr 30, 2010 - Nature - 163 pages
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In this passionate, lucid, and surprising book, Timothy Morton argues that all forms of life are connected in a vast, entangling mesh. This interconnectedness penetrates all dimensions of life. No being, construct, or object can exist independently from the ecological entanglement, Morton contends, nor does “Nature” exist as an entity separate from the uglier or more synthetic elements of life.

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User Review  - Danielle - Goodreads

This was one of the most interesting and readable theoretical texts I have read so far in grad school. Morton's writing is clear and explicative. He uses relevant analogies and metaphors to make this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tim Mcleod - Goodreads

I'll have to disagree with the 'lucid' assessment of the page review. There are some excellent ideas scattered throughout the essays, yet I found the text to be a little too incoherent to absorb. It ... Read full review


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Timothy Morton is Rita Shea Guffey Chair of English at Rice University.

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