George Sessions: A Deep Ecology Future: Part 13 Deep Ecology For The 21St Century.
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"We can keep nature at arm's length if we just look at it as 'scenery,'" says George Sessions. "But there's something much deeper there." Deep ecology attempts to awaken us out of the superficial assumption that nature is for our pleasure and consumption, stressing the inherent value and rights of other species, and the responsibility of humans not to abuse our power for selfish ends. Sessions describes the influence of several great thinkers and activists on current efforts to preserve what is left of wildness in the world-and why this is crucial to our spiritual well-being and to human survival itself: "The old political categories of left, right, conservative and liberal are irrelevant when it comes to the kind of ecology that needs to be put into practice." Included in Deep Ecology for the 21st Century.
Sessions is co-author, with Bill Devall, of Deep Ecology: Living as if Nature Mattered, editor of Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, and co-editor of Environmental Philosophy.
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