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Climate Disruption: “Happy talk” and “a slap in the face”

These are excerpts from an interview with philosopher Dale Jamieson in Salon by Lindsay Abrams. My favorite part is highlighted. Q: (Abrams) So far as our ethical responsibilities go, is it that people don’t want to feel personally responsible for … Continue reading

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