Category Archives: Environment

Odd and Modern

Relative to my last post, here is the book the essay noted came from and it looks like the entire book would be an interesting read. Although environmentalism isn’t an area I’ve spent much time with, it is a good … Continue reading

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What Hath Continental Philosophy to do With Environmentalism?

There is a very interesting essay here in the area of continental philosophy and environmentalism. The essay also highlights many of the areas discussed on this blog and also on Eric Reitan’s blog. Here are some good quotes: The issue … Continue reading

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Short Term Thinking–Wrong for the Environment and the Economy

Here is a good article on the foolishness of Keynesianism. Not only is this short-term thinking damaging to the future economy it is ultimately damaging to the environment. As the writer notes: Our unquestioned belief that the world’s resources are … Continue reading

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Secularism and Violence to the Environment

I just finished After Modernity? Secularity, Globalization & The Re-Enchantment of the World, edited by James K.A. Smith. The book is a collection of essays and the ones by Smith, John Milbank, and Graham Ward alone are worth the price … Continue reading

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