Humanity’s Spiritual Crisis as the Root Cause of the Ecological Challenge
Humans and nature: obtaining independence or losing a friend?—Psychology of a conqueror—The renaissance revolution in worldviews—A mindset that leaves nature “out in the cold”—Degradation of nature; degradation of man—“Nature first died in people’s souls and minds”—Destruction of a destroyer.
KeywordsAnthropocentrism Rational consciousness Modernity Scientific progress Science as religion Moral degradation Consumer relationship with nature Conflict with nature
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