Hope is the last piece of the human puzzle that must be removed for the work of dehumanisation to be complete. Some would call it survival instinct, but there is intelligence in it, too. Hope knows that things can change, that in fact they are bound to change, no matter how insurmountable they may seem.
Review: The Rights of Nature by David R. Boyd
We don't have to go on repeating the same negative behaviour on an international scale that we are practicing today. We can change. Graham Hancock (talk in South Africa, 2011) If ever there was any doubt about the reality of that possibility, this book will dispel it. David Boyd guides us almost Virgil-like through the …
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Review: Archipelago of Hope by Gleb Raygorodetsky
Gleb has written a necessary book. In it he has distilled a lifetime of experience and many years of academic research. Archipelago of Hope points us in a new direction at a time when our need for a new direction has become more than urgent. Modern concerns, the big question of anthropogenic ecosystem collapse and …
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