Re: NANFA-- Gloom, Dispair & Agony on me

Pete Liptrot (
Thu, 9 May 2002 20:22:01 +0100

>but if people would only place a greater value on religion, economics and
other human >institutions, we'd have focal points from which to make better
decisions regarding the >environment

Mmm. nice. Religion and economics. Those mainstays of unbiased thought. Does
it mention any particular religion, or could we take our pick? Which
economic strategy does it recommend? What if my choice differs from someone
else's? How do we know which one is correct?
I have to say I'll admire you if you get all the way through that book, I
think I'll stick with Edward O. Wilson.
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