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The Resource Americans and environment: : the controversy over ecology,, edited and with an introd. by John Opie

Americans and environment: : the controversy over ecology,, edited and with an introd. by John Opie

Label
Americans and environment: : the controversy over ecology,
Title
Americans and environment:
Title remainder
the controversy over ecology,
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introd. by John Opie
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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1934-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Opie, John
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Problems in American civilization
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  • Ecology
  • Human ecology
  • Nature
Label
Americans and environment: : the controversy over ecology,, edited and with an introd. by John Opie
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
The romantic philosophy of nature, by R. W. Emerson.--Man as predator on the earth, by G. P. Marsh.--Wilderness makes men new, by T. Roosevelt.--In wildness is the preservation of the world, by J. Muir.--Wild land is wasted land, by G. Pinchot.--Immoral man and the moral universe, by A. Leopold.--Biology or oblivion? By R. Carson.--The resulting outcry, by F. Graham, Jr.--Population by P. R. Ehrlich.--Urban society, by J. Burchard.--Pollution, by R. Reinow and L. T. Reinow.--Wilderness and conservation, by J. Ramsey.--A new ultimate science? By P. B. Sears.--The naturalist's vision, by L. Eiseley.--Emerson's "naked eyeball" revisited, by A. Watts.--Trusting the way of the earth, by T. Roszak.--Technology can become more human, by E. A. Walker.--Man's Faustian powers, by H. Kahn and A. J. Wiener.--Suggestions for additional reading (p. 200-203)
Control code
76160030
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xiv, 203 p.
Isbn
9780669616149
System control number
0000-46360
Label
Americans and environment: : the controversy over ecology,, edited and with an introd. by John Opie
Publication
Contents
The romantic philosophy of nature, by R. W. Emerson.--Man as predator on the earth, by G. P. Marsh.--Wilderness makes men new, by T. Roosevelt.--In wildness is the preservation of the world, by J. Muir.--Wild land is wasted land, by G. Pinchot.--Immoral man and the moral universe, by A. Leopold.--Biology or oblivion? By R. Carson.--The resulting outcry, by F. Graham, Jr.--Population by P. R. Ehrlich.--Urban society, by J. Burchard.--Pollution, by R. Reinow and L. T. Reinow.--Wilderness and conservation, by J. Ramsey.--A new ultimate science? By P. B. Sears.--The naturalist's vision, by L. Eiseley.--Emerson's "naked eyeball" revisited, by A. Watts.--Trusting the way of the earth, by T. Roszak.--Technology can become more human, by E. A. Walker.--Man's Faustian powers, by H. Kahn and A. J. Wiener.--Suggestions for additional reading (p. 200-203)
Control code
76160030
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xiv, 203 p.
Isbn
9780669616149
System control number
0000-46360

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