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Growth and Guilt Psychology and the Limits of Development

By: L Zoja
Publisher: Routledge
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The relentless exploitation of the earth's resources and technology's boundless growth are matters of urgent concern. This work examines the origins of this race towards the limitless, going back to the Greeks' fear of humanity's hidden hunger for the infinite. The author argues that our concern with the limits of growth brings to light a psychic wound and a feeling of guilt which are considerably more ancient than we may at first think.

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By: L Zoja
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