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How Shall I Live My Life?: On Liberating the Earth from Civilization (PM Press) Paperback – March 1, 2008
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The essays are ten years old and simply cannot follow Endgame,for example. This is not cutting-edge Jensen. More like "mild mannered" Jensen. It certainly won't stop my reading Jensen, nor abate my enthusiasm for him or his work. But, this book is definitely a detour from his usual excellence, and this review is my warning signpost to other Jensen followers to use their time and dollars more wisely than I did.
Many of different people's answers finally answered some of my 30 years lingering questions collecting dust. Many of my personal observation of the world were finally aligned with other's similar observations and it's now in print. For example; Jan Lundberg commented how it's too bad that economics and the real world so rarely intersect. After meeting so many people trying to convince me that more business, more money, more junk is the way to go, it's truly validating to have all of DJ's interviewees to confirm what I've suspected all along.
Another great example, regarding to problematic relationships in the modern world; David Abram: Another human cannot possibly provide all of the outrageously diverse and vital nourishment with dragonflies and swallowtails and stones and lichen and wolves. It's just not possible. We used to carry on personal relationships with the sun and the moon and the stars!
Derrick's interview was refreshing in that he bravely counterattacked some people reminding them alternative views that even that they did not think of, thus challenging them to stretch their own minds a bit.
At last, interviewing a Native American Indian lawyer, named Vine Deloria blew me away with stories of multiple tribes; once again, confirming a lot of what I knew deep down but had no direct proof but my own intuition. I find this reader friendly and great for holiday or birthday gifts for those who care about our world.
Thanks, Derrick, for a splendid job!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book provies a range of interesting and provocative discussion on issues that are particularly vital to the earth community and civilization itself.Published on January 20, 2013 by nicholra
Recycled old interviews. Nicely done, as such. I am giving only one star because the book does not deliver what the title implies. Read morePublished on October 10, 2008 by vb