By: Anne Primavesi
196 pages, no illustrations
With a foreword by James Lovelock, the inventor of Gaia.
This unique and thought-provoking book probes the nature of Gaia, a scientific theory founded by Lovelock in 1979.
`Full of admirable and much-needed discussions, points where exasperating and long-outstanding nails are at last hit on the head and driven home. It is a book that is really needed. Mary Midgley
The book is both stimulating and challenging....
.."interesting and thought-provoking and is worth careful consideration."
- Dr. Lisa Goddard
..."a remarkable book [T]here is a trenchant critique of current methods in both Science and Theology."
-"Earth Science as Theology Edward James
"A splendid book.I now see why thoughts of Gaia are as much in the realms of theology as of science."
-James Lovelock, Founder of the Gaia Theory
"Here is a book that is really needed. Hurrah for it."
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I don't know how you got a book printed 26 years ago in the conditions that I received it (like new) but you do it! ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!
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