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by David Rothenberg

Author: David Rothenberg
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Minnesota Pr (January 1, 1993)
Pages: 204 pages
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Norwegian eco-political philosopher Arne Naess is interviewed by spry young American academic David Rothenberg.

Norwegian eco-political philosopher Arne Naess is interviewed by spry young American academic David Rothenberg. Subjects span Arne's entire life consciousness. It is intriguing to see how the 20th century movement called Deep Ecology was shaped not only by Naess' work in ethics and communication theory, but also by his spiritual communion with non-human intelligence, and his "Panzercharakter" defensive shell. These personal interviews reveal that the spiritually transcendent militancy of Gandhi's "satyagraha" - which Naess has made so key to modern ecological activism - appealed to him emotionally as well as philosophically.

David Rothenberg UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA M I N N E A P O L I .

David Rothenberg UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA M I N N E A P O L I S. PRESS. The title asks the question, Is it painful to think? Arne believes that it is, but it is a pain we should not shirk, a suffering we must learn to love the more we engage in it. Society sets us up to be free of this necessary pain, so we need to turn against the rules and question what lies around us. It is not an easy route –this old path toward doubt. Enough philosophers have beckoned us onto it throughout history, but few have had such a good time along it as Arne.

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Conversations with Arne Naess. Although he is known primarily as the inventor of the phrase "deep ecology," Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess's thoughts and approaches have waded through all the major streams and events of our times.

Author: David Rothenberg ISBN 10: 0816621527. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. All new books sold by Book Fountain. See all 5 brand new listings. Through a series of conversations covering the whole span of Naess's rich and complex life, David Rothenberg presents the grand old man of natural philosophy in his own words. What emerges is the personal vision of a life imbued with ecology, which reveals in the most human terms how respect for and contact with the natural world can provide the foundation for a total view of the vast problems of humanity and our place in the world.

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Although he is known primarily as the inventor of the phrase "deep ecology," Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess's thoughts and approaches have waded through all the major streams and events of our times.

Watching a good mind at play is a joy. Is It Painful to Think? shows both sides of Arne Naess, a philosopher who is making a real difference in the planet’s course. eISBN: 978-0-8166-8466-3.

Is it painful to think?: Conversations with Arne Næss. The book of music and nature: an anthology of sounds, words, thoughts. D Rothenberg, M Ulvaeus. D Rothenberg, A Næss. U of Minnesota Press, 1993. Wesleyan University Press, 2001.