The Fabric of the World: Towards a Philosophy of Environment

Maurice Ash (Author)
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Everyone is talking about the environment. But what do we mean by it? This is the subject of this perceptive and provocative book. The author argues that the environmental crisis is engrained in the language of our political, social and econpomic structures. In his search foer the hidden agenda of the Green movement, he shows the need for us to include the reality of the spirit. Only by doing so, and re-establishing the importance of local life, may be hope to maintain the fabric of the world, and cease exploiting it for our own ends.

Product Details

£8.94  £8.31
Green Books
Publish Date
14 May 1992

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