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There is No Point of No Return

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Series: Green Ideas Volume: 18
By: Arne Naess(Author)
Publisher: Penguin Books
There is No Point of No Return
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Emphasizing joy in the world, human cooperation and the value of all living things, this selection of Arne Naess' philosophical writings is filled with wit, learning and an intense connection with nature.

This book is part of Green Ideas, a series of twenty short books from Penguin Classics that brings you the ideas that have changed the way we think and talk about the living Earth.

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Arne Naess (1912-2009) was a philosopher and mountaineer who developed the concept of 'deep ecology' while living in a wooden hut high in Norway's Hallingskarvet mountain range.

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