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Anders Dunk

Philosopher. Regular literary critic in Ny Tid. Translator.

The environmental crisis from the perspective of the stars

David Grinspoon: Earth in Human Hand – Shaping Our Planet's Future
The "mature anthropocene" increases as we help rather than disrupt the fragile climatic equilibrium.

Gentle climate revival

Rather than perpetrating shame over the damage we have done to the environment, we must awaken to a mature environmental awareness. 

The environmental crisis from the perspective of the stars

David Grinspoon: Earth in Human Hands – Shaping Our Planet's Future
The day we help rather than disrupt the climate, we can talk about the "mature anthropocene".

The escape from the common problems

Bauman Zygmunt: Retrotopia
Recently deceased Zygmunt Bauman is known for his grim social diagnoses. Where is the medicine? 

Between the ideal state and the mall

Author Abensour goes back to Benjamin and More to remind us what it means to think that another world is possible.

The Art of Coexistence in the Age of Mass Extinction

Man should enter into an intimate and living "collaboration" with other species rather than pursuing a dry zero-sum game of calculated risk and balancing self-interest, Donna Haraway believes. 

energy Revolution

It is crucial to help the people wake up and take matters into their own hands if we want the globe to survive, says Carl A. Fechner. 

Questionable overall stories about the environment

Long before the industrial revolution, people have been warning about what a predatory nature can do.

Attempt to take it all inward

In Erland Kiøsterud's Hunger and Beauty, the hunt is felt along the breaking surfaces of an ice-thick world, in search of something that can heal it.