Crazy Mountains: Learning from Wilderness to Weigh Technology
SUNY Press, 1995 M10 19 - 253 pages
Reality is slipping away, writes David Strong in Crazy Mountains, and is being eroded by a glut of technological devices and commodities. But all is not lost if we learn to care for the things at the center of the good life.
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