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The Ecology of Wisdom: Writings by Arne Naess

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  • Title: The Ecology of Wisdom: Writings by Arne Naess
  • Author: Arne Næss Arne Næss Alan Drengson Bill Devall
  • ISBN: 9781582434018
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. Arne Næss Arne Næss Alan Drengson Bill Devall

    N ss was a Norwegian philosopher, known foremost as the founder of the concept Deep EcologyN ss combined his ecological vision with Gandhian nonviolence and on several occasions participated in direct action events He was the youngest person to ever be promoted to professor at Oslo University 27 , a position he inhabited from 1939 to 1970.N ss main philosophical work from the 1950s was entitled Interpretation and Preciseness He later developed the conclusions in that book into a simplified, practical textbook, entitled Communication and Argument, which became a valued introduction to pragmatics or rather language logic , and was thus used over many decades as a sine qua non for the preparatory examination at the University of Oslo, later known as Examen Philosophicum.From the 1960s and forward his work came to be and focused on what would later be known as deep ecology.The name was first introduced to the public by N ss in 1972 during a lecture and was later explained further in The Shallow and the Deep Long Range Ecology Movement A Summary published 1973 in the Inquiry journal.

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  1. My first encounter with the writings of Naess, one of the founders of what he called the long range deep ecology movement As a snapshot of his extensive writings, this book perhaps does a some justice, by culling out relevant pieces and placing them in thematic gestalts to present some essential aspects of his ecosophy.Some chapters have interesting titles related to the philosophical concepts he expounds, about beautiful action , about the place of joy in a world of fact , the need for modesty [...]


  2. As a complete newcomer to Naess, Ecology of Wisdom is a deep introduction to both the man and his work Alan Drengson s introductory overview covers the life of Arne Naess, as well as touching on his work and the deep ecology movement in general From there we proceed on to the first of the five sections Places in the Real World The essays in this section are definitely the most accessible entryway into the essays as a whole, as they are all about tangible places From there the book moves on to p [...]


  3. As someone with a new interest in the philosophy of deep ecology, I was looking for a lay persons introduction I found some of these essays too theoretical and at a academic level than I could cope with, sadly My favourite was describing the microcosm around and living in the hut at Tvergastein.


  4. Incidentally absorbing it s not compelling while I read it, but I revisit repeatedly The translation is not always great I think where there is translation, Naes wrote in English too Unfortunately the introductory essay is awful.



  5. Saw a good review of this in Ode Magazine He is a mentor of mine, from one of his first widely read books, Deep Ecology.



  6. I first heard of Arne Naess when I was hitchhiking round Norway back in 2009 I was instantly attracted to the idea of this philosopher of the wilderness, and I purchased this volume soon after I came home I didn t manage to make much progress with it, though I enjoyed the first of Naess s essays in the volume, a leisurely, light hearted description of his mountain retreat at Tvergastein, but I could never get through the dense, philosophical text that followed.Now a few years wiser and with a bi [...]


  7. Preface, by Alan Drengson and Bill DevallAcknowledgmentsIntroduction The Life and Work of Arne Naess An Appreciative Overview, by Alan DrengsonSection 1 Places in the Real World An Example of a Place Tvergastein Modesty and the Conquest of Mountains Avalanches as Social Constructions The World of Concrete Contents Self Realization An Ecological Approach to Being in the WorldSection 2 The Long Range Deep Ecology Movement The Three Great Movements The Basics of the Deep Ecology Movement Cultural D [...]


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