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Revolution for Nature: From the Environment to the Connatural World

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One of Germany's leading environmental thinkers explains his holistic alternative to the “incomplete Enlightenment” of the dominant western world view—to join together as global citizens and consumers, treating all purchasing choices as ethical, and withdrawing our spending from an economic system which threatens the very foundations of life on earth.

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Hardcover, 145 pages
Published January 1st 1994 by University of North Texas Press (first published January 1st 1993)
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Bill O'driscoll
Jan 30, 2011 rated it really liked it
The 1990 book by a German professor of the philosophy of nature proposes that humankind move to create a "nature state," in which man lives in harmony with the natural environment. Meyer-Abich is relatively short on the specifics of how such a society would function, and relatively too trusting of a market economy's ability to lead us to it. But he does drop a bunch of interesting ideas along the way: the idea that there is not one "environment" but many, one for each organism; that political wi ...more
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