An unnatural order: uncovering the roots of our domination of nature and each other

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Nature - 319 pages
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An exploration of the basic beliefs and traditions of Western culture that have propagated racism, sexism, animal cruelty, and other forms of subjugation discusses how our nature-alienated culture oppresses nature and powerless people.

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This is one of a number of recent books that trace both environmental destruction and social oppression to the Western world view that sets humankind outside of, above, and in conflict with nature ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
11
Dominionism ldentified
21
A World Alive and Ensouled
50
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PETER SINGER, is author of "Animal Liberation" and coauthor of "Animal Factories," is one of the highest-profile writers on ethics today, regularly drawing fire for his views on such hot-button issues as abortion, euthanasia, war, and animal rights. Born in Australia, he has taught at Princeton University since 1999 and lives in New York.
JIM MASON is the author of "An Unnatural Order" and the coauthor of "Animal Factories," He is also an attorney and the fifth generation of a Missouri farming family. He lives on Virginia's Eastern

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