A World In Transition Humankind And Nature

Author: Diederik Aerts
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400708564
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This book develops, from the call for an interdisciplinary synthesis and respect of plurality, acknowledging the evolving scientific truth, to the need for an integrated but inevitably provisional worldview.

Humankind And Nature

Author: Albert Wong
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443873527
Size: 72.93 MB
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This collection of essays embracing a wide scope of current topics, theme and questions will renew awareness of the ecological dilemma and stimulate reflection on its spiritual and social dimensions.

The Centrality Of Agriculture

Author: Colin Adrien MacKinley Duncan
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773513631
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Duncan concludes that no sustainable human future can be conceived unless and until the centrality of agriculture is properly recognized and new economic institutions are developed that will encourage people to take care of their landscapes ...

Nature S Magic

Author: Peter Corning
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139442183
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Nature's Magic, first published in 2003, presents a bold vision of the evolutionary process from the Big Bang to the 21st century.

Science Soul And The Spirit Of Nature

Author: Irene van Lippe-Biesterfeld
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
ISBN: 9781591430551
Size: 22.80 MB
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Presented as a series of thought-provoking conversations, this book delves deeply into the many conceptions we hold about nature, showing that while we have made great strides in the area of its preservation, we must now take the next step ...

Encyclopedia Of Phenomenology

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401588813
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Being, which has led to such reckless destruction of nature. Attempts to portray
him as a forerunner of deep ecology, however, have encountered at least two
difficulties. For one thing, whereas deep ecologists tend to portray humans as
living beings that arose as a consequence of billions of years of terrestrial
evolution, he rejected all naturalistic accounts of humankind and claimed that the
“history of Being” began only about 2,500 years ago. Does not Heidegger's
antinaturalism ...