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How ideas from ancient Greek philosophy may have driven civilization toward climate change

By Michael Paul Nelson, Professor of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, Oregon State University
Kathleen Dean Moore, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Oregon State University
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The Athens fires were a dangerous reflection of Atomist philosophies that see the world as exploitable, for sale and open to waste and abuse.

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