The Origin of Death
A Satire on Human CivilizationeBook - 2016
This book series is a satire on human civilization. It examines the 'origins of things' (Life and Human Dominance) that were but consequences of natural selection; the rise of our social institutions - Spirituality, Paganism, Religion and Marriage - that helped us rise over nature; and the rise of our modern institutions - Markets, State, Civil Society and Philanthropy - that helped us rise over man. It questions why we live such individualistic lives disconnected from our environment, and each other. Why we pillage nature mercilessly and compete more than collaborate. It contends that Religion disrupted an inherently sustainable state to create the dissonance we see today; and urges us to rethink how we move forward if we wish to be a part of Earth's future.
Publisher: [United States] : Wordit Content Design & Editing Services Pvt Ltd : Made available through hoopla, 2016
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