Unpacking the reality of interconnectedness

SOCIETY: I am because you are – a book that offers a coherent and integrated worldview based on interconnectedness

The Web of Meaning
Author: Jeremy Lent
Publisher: New Society Publishers,

Our current view of the world is based on separation. We talk of community and living closer to nature, and we talk about change. We are concerned about the future of the planet and about the many social problems we face today. But we perceive ourselves as individuals. We look at nature as something separated from us, something we need to overcome and use for our gain. The dynamic of our societies is based around these ideas, and the values we internalise and the exigencies of our daily lives are also based . . .

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Bianca-Olivia Nita
Bianca is a freelance journalist and documentary critic. She is a regular contributor to Modern Times Review.

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