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The Ecology of Law: Toward a Legal System in Tune with Nature and Community


Extreame Savings Item! Save 44% on the The Ecology of Law: Toward a Legal System in Tune with Nature and Community by Berrett-Koehler on Dreamscape Audio at Spring Brook Audio. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Fritjof Capra and Ugo Mattei argue that at the root of many of the environmental, economic, and social crises we face today is a legal system based on an obsolete worldview. Capra, a bestselling author, physicist, and systems theorist, and Mattei, a distinguished legal scholar, explain how, by incorporating concepts from modern science, the law can become an integral part of bringing about a better world, rather than facilitating its destruction.

 


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