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ผมอานงานเลมนีของพีคุนจบในเวลาไมกีชัวโมง เหตุผลสำคัญเพราะเนือหาเปนประเดนทีผมกำลังสนใจและการเขียนของีคุนทียังคงสนุกและนาสนใจเสมอ ผมมีอะไรไดคิดหลายเรืองจากงานนี และแนะนำมากๆ สำหรับใครกตอทีอยากคิดเกียวกับ "ธรรมชาติ" ใหลึกซึงไปกวาแคการรักษโลกอยางขอไปที สิ ...more
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I read Thai version last night. A good translation and very thought-provoking. Recommended!
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The Revenge of Gaia by James E. Lovelock
The Revenge of Gaia
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เคยอานทีคนรีวิวขอเสนออืนๆ ของ Lovelock มา เลมนีแกเขียนขึนหลังจากเสนอ Gaia hypothesis รวมกับ Lynn Margulis ไดเกือบ 40 ปี คงตกผลึกมากพอสมควร มีหลายจุดทีแกพูดถึงประเดนทีถูกวิจารณ เชน เรืองทีแกเสนอใหมองโลกวาคลายสิงมีชีวิต แกยำวาแกไมไดเขาใจวาโลกมันมีชีวิต ...more
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Wade's account is very interesting for me, at least, at first. Trying to argue that notions of social construction of race or economic disparities have problems and limits is much appreciated. I'm totally agreed with him that we, and social scientist ...more
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“I speak as a planetary physician whose patient, the living Earth, complains of fever; I see the Earth's declining health as our most important concern, our very lives depending upon a healthy Earth. Our concern for it must come first, because the welfare of the burgeoning mass of humanity demands a healthy planet.”
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