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Nature and the Crisis of Modernity

Edited By: RA Rogers

138 pages, no illustrations

Black Rose Books

Paperback | Dec 1994 | #44338 | ISBN: 1551640147
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Hardback | Dec 1994 | #44340 | ISBN: 1551640058
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About this book

Rogers applies social theories to the way we view the natural world, and finds that Western humans have made a new `last frontier' at the edge of town, where the trees - or oceans - begin. He argues that globalisation is creating a world where no community is recognisable except as a financial resource, and warns that a recognition and respect of communities, not money, is the only means to an environmentally viable social future.


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