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The Ecological Conscience; Values for Survival

Disch, Robert
Format
Book
Published
Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, [1970]
Language
English
Series
A Spectrum Book
ISBN
0132228289
Contents
  • By air: Albany-Baltimore, by A. Ginsberg.
  • The ecological facts of life, by B. Commoner.
  • Values, process, and form, by I. L. McHarg.
  • The wild places, by T. Merton.
  • The conservation ethic, by A. Leopold.
  • Ecology and man: a viewpoint, by P. Shepard.
  • Ecology, science and technology.
  • Aspects of the future of ecology, by L. B. Slobodkin.
  • Closing statement, by L. Mumford.
  • Can technology be humane? By P. Goodman.
  • To survive on the earth, by B. Commoner.
  • Ecology and social institutions.
  • Everyone wants to save the environment, by F. M. Potter, Jr.
  • Land of ecology, by J. Margolis.
  • The politics of ecology, by B. Weisberg.
  • The power to destroy, the power to create, by Ecology Action East.
  • Technology and the human environment, by R. B. Fuller.
  • The world is your body, by A. Watts.
  • Poetry and the primitive: notes on poetry as an ecological survival technique, by G. Snyder.
  • Suggested readings (p. 205-206)
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xv, 206 p. 21 cm.
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