Wendell Berry cited in "My Mother's Shirt and Other Values We Got from Our Parents"
Of interest: "Nine classic works by Central and Eastern Kentucky writers"

Reflecting on Wendell Berry and "The Way of Ignorance"

Berry, who brings a crafted prose style to essays on farming, religion, politics and the environment, has a way of making simple subjects fascinating and complex subjects understandable. In this essay, for example, he takes on no less a target than the practice of science, whose prestige and influence over industrial society are indisputable.

With peak oil threatening to take down the global economy and climate change threatening the future of the human species, Berry’s remarks are more relevant today than ever before.

via transitionvoice.com


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