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The Fate of the Earth

by Jonathan Schell

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This sobering book describes what would happen should there be a nuclear war.

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2 xerox copies excerpts fr. New Yorker Mag. Feb. 1, 8, 15, 1982
  PAFM | Oct 19, 2019 |
Nearly thirty years old, this book is still, unfortunately, a must-read. The threat of nuclear war is very real and no one explores its consequences better than Schell. ( )
1 vote nmele | Jun 16, 2017 |
Of course, today we are EMPHASIZING climate disruption, and this had been modeled and predicted before. Reflecting analytically about the issues of ecological ethics are not entirely different - STRUCTURALLY - from reflecting analytically about ethical issues in the practice of the professions, nor in social values that may be deemed 'unique' (like health, autonomy, freedom for self-realization, etc.). The work of ethical analysis may remain before us. ( )
  vegetarian | Nov 9, 2012 |
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