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Epicurean Simplicity

By: Stephanie Mills
209 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Shearwater Books
Epicurean Simplicity
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  • Epicurean Simplicity ISBN: 9781559636902 Paperback Apr 2003 Usually dispatched within 5 days
    £18.99
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Based on the philosophy of the 3rd century Greek Epicurus, this is a celebration of the pleasures, beauty and fulfillment of a simple life. The overarching theme is the destructiveness of consumerism and how this affects a wide range of organisms and adds strain to the earth's systems.

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Biography

Stephanie Mills has been engaged in the ecology movement for more than thirty years, and in 1996 was named by Utne Reader as one of the world's leading visionaries. Her books include Whatever Happened to Ecology? (Sierra Club Books, 1989), In Service of the Wild (Beacon Press, 1995), and Turning Away From Technology (Sierra Club Books, 1997). A prolific writer and speaker on issues of ecology and social change, Mills lives in the Great Lakes Bioregion in the Upper Midwest.
By: Stephanie Mills
209 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Shearwater Books
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