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A ‘Man-Made’ Wor(l)d

by | October 5, 2014 | Cultural Anthropology, Sustainability & Ecology | 0 comments

In a March 2011 Economist article criticism of pseudo-scientific terms like “paradigm shift,” argues that the natural sciences have been moving human activity further away from the center of its conception for centuries, and that such a designation, like the one inferred by the term Anthropocene, would mark a truly historical shift in our thinking.

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