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Carl C. Gaither, Alma E. Cavazos-Gaither - 2012 - 2770 pages
|1885 Sterne, Laurence English novelist and humorist 1713–68 Nature is shy, |
and hates to act before spectators. A Sentimental Journey ... Nature is indifferent
to the survival of the human species, including Americans. Adlai's Almanac: The
Merriam-Webster, Inc - 1984 - 940 pages
|... negative, indifferent are comparable when they mean lacking decisiveness or |
distinctiveness in character, quality, action ... or at least indifferent— Radin) <
nature is indifferent to the survival of the human species, including Americans—
A. E. ...
|become the leader and mainstay of one great wing of humanity in conflict with |
another wing of humanity. As such, we must play the ... Nature is indifferent to the
survival of the human species, including Americans. She does not weep over ...
|Perceptually the human species is thus naturalized: the bodies of nature, |
including the bodies of the human species, elicit ... It is true that much of man's
interaction with human and non-human nature is indifferent or destructive, and to
the degree that ... to the rest of nature are mutually enhancing and reinforcing in
the direction of the survival and fulfillment of all members of the species man in
the long run. ... T. G. R. Bower, "The Object in the World of the Infant," Scientific
Keith Newlin - 2011 - 521 pages
|with the nature ofthe divine and its manifestation in traditional forms and practice. |
... Both works convey naturalistic determinism and indifference in programmatic
terms but pair ... of religion and more preoccupied with the animal nature of the
human species, which becomes more dominant under the stress of survival.
Lois A. Cuddy, Claire M. Roche - 2003 - 285 pages
|Realism And Naturalism Human Nature, Class, and the Survival of the Fittest |
While Darwin began his work by studying ... conscience, kindness, and
benevolence for survival of the human species. ... are altered when human
beings are required to struggle alone for survival in a mechanistic, indifferent
universe devoid of a ...
Betty Jane Meggers - 2010 - 201 pages
|After reviewing cultural development in Mesoamerica and the central Andes, Meggers examines adaptation in North and South American regions with similar environments to evaluate the influence of adaptive constraints on cultural content.|
Richard Pierre Claude, Burns H. Weston - 1992 - 463 pages
|Must the Amerindians of South America disappear? ... and foe and by the |
indifferent alike, to the effect that they are doomed to disappear, represents
possibly the most intractable aspect of the massive menace to their future. ... "
Only let the human race recover that right over nature which belongs to it by
divine bequest," wrote Francis Bacon at the beginning of ... And the lines of
defense must include and accentuate the banle for survival for the remaining
largely unacculiuratcd peoples, ...
|On the contrary, humans are the only species that has ever threatened the |
existence of earth itself. ... life for 600 million years, and not only have to share
earth with other species but are totally dependent on them for survival. ... Unlike
natural extinctions of the past from which the earth recovered, the present human
-induced extinction is causing disruption, ... result in humans realizing that the
integrity of the entire biosphere would benefit all communities of life, including
|What if nature is trying a new experiment by creating a blend of autistic and non |
autistic traits to create a new race of beings ... on the brink of extinction from
terrorists, radical extremists, and an indifference to the abuse of our planet's
natural resources. ... born a blend of autistic and non autistic character traits in
each human being may just ensure our continuity as a species. ... I collect items
from Cold War America, including booklets, advertisements, and trinkets to
increase the odds of ...