Tag Archives: Professor Lynn White

ecological gap: talking just rewards with yahweh

Pollution. Ecological destruction. This then is the nemesis that modern Western society, together with its imitators in countries like Asia and China, have brought upon themselves by following the directive given in the first Book of Genesis. That directive has … Continue reading

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from the beginning: happy discomfort

If the prophets of despair speak sooth, we might do well to look back to the last Dark Age, which beclouded Europe from the fall of Rome, whenever that was, to the beginning of the brilliant Middle Age in, more … Continue reading

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fifty score years ago, our forebears…

Are we entering a new Dark Age? Is one at hand? We might well to look back to the last Dark Age, which beclouded Europe from the fall of Rome to the beginning of the brilliant Middle Age in, more … Continue reading

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deep in the past

Deep in the past on the village green. One thousand years ago our forebears lived in a “Dark Age.” They themselves did not think it was dark, and they were only half wrong… Economically, the markĀ  of tenth century country … Continue reading

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way back when

A thousand years ago our forebears lived in what was known as the “Dark Age.” They themselves did not think it was dark, and they were only half wrong… A good share of the fragmented world was precariously ordered by … Continue reading

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dark but still a few lights burning

A thousand years ago. One thousand years ago our forbears lived in the so called “Dark Age.” They themselves did not think it was dark, and they were only half wrong…. …That was all to the good, in the view … Continue reading

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