The Immortal Wilderness Focusing on nature as inseparable from the deepest human experience this book argues that scientific advances cannot substitute for the life of nature

  • Title: The Immortal Wilderness
  • Author: JohnHay
  • ISBN: 9780393305944
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • Focusing on nature as inseparable from the deepest human experience, this book argues that scientific advances cannot substitute for the life of nature.

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    1. JohnHay

      John Hay August 31, 1915, Ipswich, Massachusetts February 26, 2011, Bremen, Maine was an American author, naturalist, and conservation activist Hay co founded the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster, Massachusetts and served as its president from 1955 to 1980 He composed 18 books from his writing shack on Dry Hill at his home in Brewster, Massachusetts, including two autobiographies, A beginner s faith in things unseen 1995 and Mind the Gap The Education of a Nature Writer 2004.enpedia wiki John_Ha

    324 thoughts on “The Immortal Wilderness”

    1. Having picked this up in a used bookstore while on holiday in Alberta, I wasn't totally sure what to expect but I must say Hay has a fabulous way with words. This isn't the most scientific or even objective look at the importance of nature but then it is all the better for it as it lays the foundations to show that humans are not separate from nature, that we need it for our own survival and our own well-being, both physical and mental. Hay travels the globe demostrating time and again that howe [...]



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