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The Wilderness Condition by Max Oelschlaeger
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The Wilderness Condition (edition 1992)

by Max Oelschlaeger (Editor)

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This book aims to introduce to a larger audience issues that are too often limited to scholarly circles. A thought-provoking collection of essays by some of the environmental movement's preeminent thinkers, The Wilderness Condition explores the dynamic tension between wild nature and civilization, offering insights into why the relationship has become adversarial and suggesting creative means for reconciliation. Contributors include Paul Shepard, Curt Meine, Max Oelschlaeger, and George Sessions.… (more)
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Title:The Wilderness Condition
Authors:Max Oelschlaeger (Editor)
Info:Sierra Club Books (1992), Edition: First, 345 pages
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The Wilderness Condition: Essays On Environment And Civilization by Max Oelschlaeger

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This book aims to introduce to a larger audience issues that are too often limited to scholarly circles. A thought-provoking collection of essays by some of the environmental movement's preeminent thinkers, The Wilderness Condition explores the dynamic tension between wild nature and civilization, offering insights into why the relationship has become adversarial and suggesting creative means for reconciliation. Contributors include Paul Shepard, Curt Meine, Max Oelschlaeger, and George Sessions.

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