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Cover: Common tern fishing at Lake Saimaa, Finland, by Tapani Rásdaer, winner of the 1997 BG Plc Wildlife Photographer of the Year comp

 

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Issue 186 • January/February 1998

Natural Spirituality

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Feature Articles

THE SPEED MERCHANTS •

Speed gives the illusion of power and pleasure. But it also brings environmental destruction.

INDUSTRIAL LOGIC •

The machine is adapted for humans and humans are adapted to the machine. It is a human-machine merger.

MODERNITY RULES OK? •

Communism or capitalism, Labour or Conservative, democracy or dictatorship, republicanism or monarchy, rule by any name, we are ruled by modernity.

FOUR CHANGES •

Population, pollution and consumption are the problems. Transformation is the solution.

IS HUMANITY SUICIDAL? •

If homo sapiens goes the way of the dinosaur, we have only ourselves to blame.

U'WA AND OXY •

Oil drilling on land that threatens an indigenous people with cultural death and contributes to environmental destruction is illegal.

A CRUEL AGRICULTURE •

Genetic engineering is justified as a humane technique that feeds more people with better food. Nothing could be further from the truth.

GAIA'S GUARDIAN ANGEL •

James Lovelock, inventor of the Gaia hypothesis has been awarded the Blue Planet prize worth fifty million yen.

THE GREAT TURNING •

After the agricultural and industrial revolutions we are now at a point of ecological revolution.

NATURAL SPIRITUALITY •

What reason could be more compelling for honouring the natural world than to know that it is the prime source of our spirituality.

PUT INTO PRACTICE •

Buddhism is not something to believe in, but something to do.

THE ART OF ATONEMENT •

The artist Andrzej Jackowski transforms objects of everyday life into a spiritual reality.

ART OF ARROGANCE •

The so-called "Earth Art" may be no more than imposition of human will upon nature.

A PARTICIPATORY WORLD •

From a participative point of view we see the world as a creative dance of mind and cosmos.

AN EPIC DEATH •

The death of Princess Diana evoked unparalleled public grief. What can it all mean?

HOMES NOT OFFICES •

The story of Coin Street is an urban fairy-tale. Against all odds, a local community saved itself from a faceless office development.

Regulars

The Occasional Didymus

Being out of England in golden September is instant exile.

Poetry

Good News For Gaia

Stop lorries from using our country lanes, save water and use solar power.

Business Diary

"I didn't get the money, but I had the pleasure."

The Web Page

Human community is a network of conversations.

Letters to the Editors

Reviews

CORPORATIONS ATTACK ENVIRONMENTALISTS •

Review of sounds the alarm.

BANK AGAINST THE POOR, •

Review of goes against the World Bank.

POWER OF PROTEST •

Review of reviews the work of Greenpeace.

GRIEVOUS BODILY HARM •

Review of exposes the poisoning of the public.

A TALE OF EVOLUTION •

Review of traces the human story.

INTERCONNECTED UNIVERSE •

Review of leaps into the new paradigm

COSMIC STORY •

Review of celebrates the unfolding universe.

A NON RELIGIOUS WAY •

Review of looks at Buddhism in the West.

PRAYER OR PANIC •

Review of favours traditional thought.

WOMEN IN THE ECONOMY •

Review of searches for economic democracy.

SONG OF LIFE •

Review of appreciates a storyteller.

LIFE AND DEATH •

Review of Looks at how we die.

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