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Wild metaphors: Nature as machine or person?Author(s): Herbert W. Schroeder
Source: The Futurist. March-April 1994. p. 64.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionNature is more than just a collection of physical and biological resources. Is is also an image in our minds and in our hearts. This image includes all the thoughts, feelings, and values that nature evokes--a place of refuge from the demands of society, of encounter with natural forces, and of personal and spiritual transformation.
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CitationSchroeder, Herbert W. 1994. Wild metaphors: Nature as machine or person?. The Futurist. March-April 1994. p. 64.
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