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Listening to the Land: Conversations About…

Listening to the Land: Conversations About Nature, Culture and Eros

by Derrick Jensen

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Avoid this book, and look for one with more solidly grounded knowledge of ecology, politics, and environmental science. ( )
  Devil_llama | Apr 17, 2011 |
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Dave Foreman; Christopher Manes; David Orr; Thomas Berry; Charlene Spretnak; John A. Livingston; Matthew Fox; David Ehrenfeld; John Keeble; Jerry Mander; Neil Evernden; Linda Hogan; William R. Catton Jr.; Robert Jay Lifton; Ward Churchill; Frederick Turner; Starhawk; Reed Noss; John Osborn; Peter Berg; Max Oelschlaeger; Sandra Lopez; Dolores LaChapelle and Julien Puzey; Paul Shepard; Arno Gruen; Catherine Keller; Jeanette Armstrong; Susan Griffin; Terry Tempest Williams
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Jensen conducts 28 provocative, insightful conversations with ecologists, anthropologists, feminists, cultural critics, Native Americans, writers, and other philosophers, seeking answers to urgent questions for our time. What results is a noteworthy book of eco-sensibilites and a profound contribution to our understanding of how we are, and can be, in this world.

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