The Ecological Thought
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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Review: The Ecological ThoughtUser Review - Allen O'leary - Goodreads
Some great writing in here, but you do probably need to be a practised humanities reader to get the most out of it. Central thesis is something like; We need to let go the idea of 'natural' in order ... Read full review
Review: The Ecological ThoughtUser Review - Karl Steel - Goodreads
"The position of hunting for anthropocentrism is anthropocentrism. To claim that someone's distinction of animals and humans is anthropocentric, because she privileges reason over passion, is to deny ... Read full review
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