5 edition of New common ground found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JC328.2 .E89 2009|
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|LC Control Number||2008054693|
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Common Ground is an exploration of place that is in some ways endemic to the ‘new nature writing’ of our age, and yet it is also riddled with originality, pronounced detail and a freshness to its vibe that only journalist Rob Cowen could produce.
It tells the story of his new life in Yorkshire, having moved house from the metropolis of London. At the beginning of the book he is about to.Book Overview.
People today have a fragmented view of the world, seeing its diversity but not the unity that underlies it. This fragmentation, writes Shiv D Talwar, is at the root of ethnic conflict, environmental degradation and other problems.
To address it, he proposes a radical new form of education, directed towards unity in diversity.