The Domination of Nature

The Domination of Nature

eBook - 1994
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Scientists, social thinkers, public officials, and the public have been aroused by the recognition that failure to understand the destructive impact of industrial society and advanced technologies on the delicate balance of organic life in the global ecosystem may result in devastating problems for future generations. William Leiss argues that this global predicament must be understood in terms of deeply rooted attitudes towards nature. He traces the origins, development, and social consequences of an idea whose imprint is everywhere in modern thought: the idea of the domination of nature. Originally published in 1972, The Domination of Nature was part of the first wave of widespread environmental issues. In an extensive new preface explains why his study is as relevant as ever.
Publisher: Montreal [Que.] : McGill-Queen's University Press, 1994
ISBN: 9780773564794
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxvi, 242 pages)


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