Humanities Press, 1994 - Nature - 383 pages
The readings gathered here examine how critical theorists, current environmental philosophers, and scientists propose to liberate both human beings and nature.
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CRITICAL THEORY AND THE DOMINATION
The Concept of Enlightenment
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