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Ecology as a new form of survival art

Rediscovering Earth. Ten Dialogues on the Future of Nature
NATURE / A crucial insight is that the fate of endangered species in nature is decided in culture, by human attention and values ​​- as we, for example, overeat and overconsume.


Being a world citizen today is something completely different than it was for old-fashioned cosmopolitans, who felt that the whole world was their home. Today's world citizen must broaden his perspective: He must feel that the universe is his home, at least if we follow the thoughts of the Norwegian philosopher and writer Anders Dunk, who lives in Los Angeles. Man must take on the role of the earth's consciousness, interpret the planet's signals and the state of the biosphere. We must understand the significance of the environmental crisis for the future of the planet and civilization. It's a huge project. . .

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Andrew P. Kroglund
Kroglund is a critic and writer. Also Secretary General of BKA (Grandparents' Climate Action).

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