Sustainable Development: Ten Arguments Against a Biologistic "Slow-Down" Philosophy of Social and Economic Development

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Heilig, G.K. (1997)
  • Publisher: RR-97-009. Reprinted from The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 4(1):1-16 [March 1997].

This paper is a provocative collection of arguments that came to the author's mind when reading through some of the literature on sustainable development. Similar to rather general sociological theories, these sustainability concepts - which are rooted in biological ob... View more
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