A view of the environmental and social problems of the western world. He draws on
deep knowledge of biology, medicine, and chemistry and a lot of personal experience.
Humans are manipulators of nature. Wherever we go we try to surround ourselves
with a semitropical savanna-like environment. Human nature implies technology and
science. He is optimistic: problems that science has created can also be solved by
Year Read: 1983
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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