The Wilderness condition: essays on environment and civilization
A collection of essays on the environment by ten leading wilderness experts--including Gary Snyder, Paul Shepard, and Doloros LaChapelle--explores the conflict between environmental integrity and the demands of civilization.
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The Wilderness Condition Today
The Etiquette of Freedom
A PostHistoric Primitivism
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The Wilderness Condition: Essays On Environment And Civilization
Limited preview - 1992
aesthetic agriculture Aldo Leopold American animals anthropocentric argues argument Arne Naess beauty Bill Devall biological bioregional biosphere body called century Chinese civilization climbing concept consciousness conservation context crisis culture deep ecology Descartes Dolores LaChapelle Duerr earth ecocentric ecological ecologists economic ecophilosophers ecosystem environment Environmental Ethics environmentalists essay evolution evolutionary existence experience fact Forest Service Gaia Game Management Gary Snyder Griffin habitat Heidegger Heidegger's human humankind hunter-gatherers hunting idea intrinsic worth John Muir land ethic landscape language living meaning mind modern mountain movement Muir's Naess National natural world Needham organic Paleolithic Park patterns Paul Shepard perception perspective philosophy plants population present preservation primitive protection zones reality ritual Sacred Sand County Almanac scientific sense Sierra Club social society spiritual strategies things Thoreau thought tion understanding University Press utilitarian utility vision Western wild nature wild species wildlife York
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