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“One does not readily slay a mother, dig into her entrails for gold or mutilate her body, [...]. As long as the earth was considered to be alive and sensitive, it could be considered a breach of human ethical behavior to carry out destructive acts against it”.
Carolyn Merchant, ‘Mining the Earth’s Womb’ in The Death of Nature: Women, Ecology and the Scientific Revolution (1980, 1990).
The Survival of the Fittest
Théorème de la vie pratique
I Feel Bad About Inanimate Objects All the Time