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Adam Leith Gollner quotes: Psychologist Erich Fromm coined the term ["biophilia"] in 1964 as a way of describing the innate attraction to processes of life and growth. Psychologist Erich Fromm coined the term ["biophilia"] in 1964 as a way of describing the innate attraction to processes of life and growth.
Adam Leith Gollner quotes: To experience biophilia is to love a diversity that, as limitless as it is fragile, both haunts us and fills us with hope. To experience biophilia is to love a diversity that, as limitless as it is fragile, both haunts us and fills us with hope.
Adam Leith Gollner quotes: Avacados, prickly pears and papayas used to be gulped down whole, seeds and all, by fridge-sized armadillos called glyptodonts. Avacados, prickly pears and papayas used to be gulped down whole, seeds and all, by fridge-sized armadillos called glyptodonts.
Adam Leith Gollner quotes: The finest peculiarity of belief is that believers do not recognize themselves as believers. The finest peculiarity of belief is that believers do not recognize themselves as believers.
Adam Leith Gollner quotes: I came across a Haida saying that had etched itself into my memory banks: 'Joy is a well-made object, equaled only to the joy of making it. I came across a Haida saying that had etched itself into my memory banks: 'Joy is a well-made object, equaled only to the joy of making it.
Adam Leith Gollner quotes: As Marshall McLuhan pointed out, we've become so removed from reality that we're starting to prefer artificiality. As Marshall McLuhan pointed out, we've become so removed from reality that we're starting to prefer artificiality.
Adam Leith Gollner quotes: Having commodified nature, we're eating the shrapnel of a worldwide homogeneity bomb. Having commodified nature, we're eating the shrapnel of a worldwide homogeneity bomb.
Adam Leith Gollner quotes: Progress has not brought about universal happiness ... Progress has not brought about universal happiness ...