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The Fabric of the World: Towards a Philosophy of Environment

By: Maurice Ash

Green Books

Hardback | Dec 1992 | #21769 | ISBN: 1870098420
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From the publisher's announcement: ` The author argues that we must question the institutions whose existence is based on the language of this [dualistic] perspective - nation-states, conventional politics, and monetary values - and re-establish the principle of local life and community values. Only by recognising the spirit that underlies our environmental concerns will we counter the hopelesness, anomie and widespread emotional deprivation that our atomistic worldview has brought upon us. '


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Biography

Maurice Ash has been Chairman of the Town and Country Planning Association, The Dartington Hall Trust in Devon and The Green Alliance. His books include New Renaissance, Journey into the Eye of a Needle and The Fabric of the World.

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