The Biology of Civilisation: Understanding Human Culture as a Force in Nature

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UNSW Press, 2004 - History - 189 pages
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Looks at the complex interrelationships between human culture and the nature. Covering the period from the beginning of agriculture right up to the present day, it focuses on issues relating to human health and well-being and the state of our natural environment. From his vast survey, author Stephen Boyden draws some key conclusions critical to the future of humanity.
 

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Background briefing
1
Essays in biohistory
37
Notes
169

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