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From a social science perspective, one of the central points of ecological restoration is that it implies not only acknowledgement of society’s invention of nature, but also of nature’s answers to human actions. In this article, the author argues that the reflections of the early-20th century...
The relationship between ecology and Marx in the United States is difficult because of the lack of working-class politics and labor parties; the pragmatic, undialectical reception of Marxism among most intellectuals; and the strength of the ideological, political and academic consensus against...
In this analysis, the author reviews the origins and operations of a major American establishment for the botanical sciences: the Missouri Botanical Garden. In recounting how the Garden was founded and why it survives today, the author suggests that botanical gardens are another one of the many...
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