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All Art is Ecological

Writer
Timothy Morton
Price
$10.99
Date
2021
Publisher
Penguin Random House
Format
Monographs
ISBN
9780141997001
Genre
Environment, Arts Writing
Description

Provocative and playful, All Art is Ecological explores the strangeness of living in an age of mass extinction, and shows us that emotions and experience are the basis for a deep philosophical engagement with ecology.

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