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Recovery from Western Civilization

Deep Ecology For the 21st Century, pp.37-39, July 1995


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Resource IDglendinning19952
Resource titleRecovery from Western Civilization
Author(s)Chellis Glendinning
Publication/ sourceDeep Ecology For the 21st Century, pp.37-39
Date publishedJuly 1995
Summary text/ abstractIn Western culture, we live with chronic anxiety, anger, and a sense that something essential is missing from our lives, that we exist without a soul. What could be wrong with us? I believe Western culture is suffering from "Original Trauma", caused by the systemic removal of our lives From nature, from natural cycles, from the life force itself. This removal began slowly with the introduction of agriculture (about three hundred generations ago) and has grown to crisis proportions in technological society (which began only about five generations ago). With it comes the traumatic loss of a sense of belonging on the Earth.
Library categoriesNeo-Luddism, Simplicity
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