Ishmael and the Human race

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Philosophy

 

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Francis A

 

Date added:

May 31, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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3 / 809

 

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I have always thought of agriculture as the best way for all to live and never looked at it as a "takers and leavers" sort of thing, as Quinn has portrayed the human race to be. Reading Ishmael has changed the way I think about this class, and what I am learning in general, also my purpose in this learning culture and in the world as well...
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I know the chances of this happening are slim but what other choice do we have? The book Ishmael brings about an awareness of the mistakes that humans have made and continue to make today as well as throughout the history of mankind. The solution to the world's problems is not to return to a hunter-gatherer existence but rather to change our thinking to more of a partnership with the earth, rather than seeing it the way we do, which is that the earth is something that was made for us to rule...
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