Biophilia is Edward O. Wilson's most personal book, an evocation of his own response to nature and an eloquent statement of the conservation ethic. Wilson argues that our natural affinity for life‚e"biophilia‚e"is the very essence of our humanity and binds us to all other living things.
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Review: BiophiliaUser Review - Emily Crow - Goodreads
A quiet but thoughtful book, making the case that humans, having evolved in the midst of a natural realm replete with species diversity, need that environment for our basic well-being. I was already ... Read full review
Review: BiophiliaUser Review - Brian Bowers - Goodreads
Wilson presents zoology and botany through story-telling, and he advocates for the human connection to and preservation of nature. It's occasionally preachy, but it's also surprisingly not dry (moist?). Read full review
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Biophilia hypothesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term "biophilia" literally means "love of life or living systems." It was first used by Erich Fromm to describe a psychological orientation of being ...
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Edward O. Wilson's Biophilia Hypothesis
Edward O. Wilson, a Harvard University entomologist, coined the term "biophilia", referring to humans' "love of living things" - our innate affinity with ...
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The installation Biophilia will enable participants to interact with and generate organic forms based upon the distortion of the users shadow. ...
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World Wide Words: Biophilia
Explaining the meaning and the story behind the term 'biophilia'.
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Biophilia and Chemiphilia
inner direction of biophilia. In other words, instinct is in ... mists, analogous in some ways to eo Wilsonís biophilia. J. Meinwald. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. ...
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The title of the colloquium, which was sponsored by the Myrin Institute and the college, was taken from an essay by Edward C. Wolf, "Arousing Biophilia" ...
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The study of biophilia is still in its early stages but much excitement is on the ... While the new research on biophilia will take 5-years to complete, ...
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American Scientist Online - In Biophilia He Trusts
Biophilia is best revealed among certain groups of people: "To see most clearly ... The biophilia gene: "The environmental values of secular and religious ...
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geoecology: Videophilia trounces biophilia, tune in for details...
Biophilia, Edward O. Wilson's label for our innate love of nature, as we express it through nature-based recreation activities, is losing ground to ...
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mkzdk: The Biophilia Hypothesis
we will not enter this kingdom of sustainability until we allow our children the kind of childhood in which Biophilia can put down roots. ...