Cultural Diversity and the Deep Ecology Movement

Cultural anthropology and the general history of the major families of cultures on Earth reveal vast differences of attitudes, beliefs, assumptions, and premises as well as of individual, social, political, and metaphysical patterns. How deep or basic are these differences? That is an open question. Inevitably, tentative answers require that we also answer questions about what precisely is meant by “deepness” in this context.

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Manifold Defend Stake Metaphor Milton 

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