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In the great and ancient cosmologies of Asia, creation and destruction are recognized as one.  The Buddha is remembered to have said in his Heart Sutra (sutra meaning teaching), “form is the void and void is the form” – there … Continue reading

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A History of Malleability, and in turn, Controversy

“The ethic of conservation is the explicit abnegation of man’s dominion over the Earth. The lower species are here for our use. God said so: Go forth, be fruitful, multiply, and rape the planet–it’s yours. That’s our job: drilling, mining … Continue reading

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A History of the End of the World

I really like how the book is written. Kirsch is very eloquent and speaks in a voice that does not feel too academic or dense of difficult, but it is easy to follow. It is as if he is dragging … Continue reading

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