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The Natural Alien: Humankind and Environment (Second edition)
by Neil Evernden

AVAILABILITY: Readily available

Publication Date: April 1993
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Binding: Paperback
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Review(s): "A clarion call to environmental arms. We ignore it at our and future generations' peril." - Globe and Mail, Canada

"This is the book that started me on my career as an environmental writer/philosopher. In my late twenties I thought I was going insane because so much around me made so little sense: we're destroying the planet yet people continue with their lives as though nothing is wrong. And then I read 'The Natural Alien', and I realized that it's the culture that is crazy, not me. This book helped me to see how the insane and destructive actions of our culture spring from how we perceive the world, and revealed the hidden assumptions that guide the destructiveness. I will be forever in debt to Neil Evernden for writing this extraordinary book." - Derrick Jensen



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