By: B Van Wiegel
174 pages, Figs, tabs
The author calls for the need to recognise that humankind's destiny is inextricably linked to the preservation of other species and resources, and that we must change our perspective to view the human race as an interdependent part of the biosphere, not as ruler over it. We must temper our seemingly unquenchable thirst for progress with a more holistic vision for long term survival of our species.
Living Without Berlin Walls; Back to the Future; Specious Specieism in Ethics and Economics; The Ethics of Earth Cancer; The Economics of Earth Cancer; Discovering our Humanity; Passion for Life.
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