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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An exhaustive description of the various ideas and people who best posit the idea that more than mere environmentalism, what humankind needs is a radical re-thinking of Man - Nature relationships. Read full review


The Minority Tradition and Direct Action
The Dominant Modern Worldview and Its Critics

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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. No Information Available.

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