By: IG Simmons
240 pages, Illus
The author examines the way in which the natural sciences have interrogated nature, the types of data produced and what they mean to us - and then goes on to introduce the reader to thinking about the environment in philosophy and ethics, the social sciences and the arts, and analyses their role in the formation of environmental cognition.
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