Unquestioned Assumptions

Interview by Laurent Brondel / Dooney’s Cafe Derrick Jensen’s critique of civilization is both informed and unforgiving. Connecting the dots between the illnesses of the dominant culture, he makes sense out of the denial that keeps us, individually and collectively, on our current destructive and self-destructive course. Jensen’s investigation of the deeper motivations for domination […]

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Norris Thomlinson March 10th, 2003 Filed in Interviews of Derrick Jensen No Responses

Hungry Ghosts

Nicholas Murray Butler, past president of Columbia University, said, “The limited liability corporation is the greatest single invention of modern times.” I’ve finally decided he’s right, and leapt headlong into modernity. After years of fighting corporate depredation, from Weyerhaeuser’s deforestation to Dow’s poisoning to the murder and mayhem that follows Freeport McMoRan (and Shell, and […]

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Norris Thomlinson March 1st, 2003 Filed in Essays No Responses