Natural Inclusion: How to Evolve Good Neighbourhood
Rayner, A. D. M., 2006. Natural Inclusion: How to Evolve Good Neighbourhood. Unkown Publisher.
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This book offers a way out of the fearful addiction to conflict that has become deeply ingrained in human culture through viewing life as a struggle for existence. It describes a radical transformation of our understanding of evolution in which space, far from keeping everything separate, is a vital inclusion in the fluid dynamic geometry of nature. This opens up a new way of appreciating our natural human identities as complex, dynamically relating flow forms rather than isolated individuals. Hence it may be possible to live in a truly loving, creative and sustainable way within rather than at odds with our natural dynamic neighbourhood.
|Creators||Rayner, A. D. M.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Biology & Biochemistry|
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