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Baruch Spinoza (1632—1677) Dutch philosopher, of Portuguese-Jewish descent


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A Norwegianphilosopher, alpine climber, and influential environmental thinker (1912–2009), who coined the term deep ecology to express a vision of the world in which we protect the environment as a part of ourselves, never in opposition to humanity, based on a personal philosophy that he called ecosophy.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Philosophy.

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