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David Lamb

because it is beautiful. If nature were not beautiful, it would not be worth knowing and life would not be worth living … Cited by Chandrasekhar, 1987: 59 A similar point was made by Lucasian Professor Michael Green (2009: 39) in an interview on string theory: The reason why I work on it is because it has

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Shirley du Plooy

environment. Reader argues that pilgrimage has always existed in parallel to market forces and living daily life. 13 In so doing, even in a Disneyesque environment phenomenal and extraordinary journeys are possible. 14 Acknowledging this, the next couple of paragraphs involve the moot exercise of treating

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Carmen M. Cusack

creates a “great program” ( USFWS , 2013). They help other animals in need and deter people from smuggling parts. They have located cites -protected giant clam meat, stony coral, turtles, and other parts and living specimens, who are not guaranteed to survive after they are detected due to maltreatment

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Carmen M. Cusack

wildlife park patron’s camera; and the man falling and being mortally injured ( Deccan Chronicle , 2016 ). Steve Irwin’s tale of being impaled by a stingray is one example of a human, who lost a competition to an animal. Irwin lost the public’s attention and his television show, in addition to his life

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Carmen M. Cusack

Fear and Taboo Fish and the sea are inextricably part of the human mind. Humanity has developed as a result of and in relation to the ocean and its inhabitants. Human life is sustained by aquatic resources. Humans have relied on and developed novel uses for marine resources. Fishing is

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Gaye S. Wilson

’ there was another division, in fact in later clothing distribution lists Jefferson added a third category for ‘tradesmen’. These were men and women who were trained in occupations that supported life in the house or were vital to the workings of the plantation, such as the cook, blacksmith, joiner, or

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Claire Allen

further reinforces the mutual dependency embedded in our memories. Reminiscent workshops are increasingly used as therapy for engaging people living with dementia, music has been used to stimulate reminiscence of a past decade and support the recall and conversation of past times. Simmons-Stern et al. 3

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Justyna Włodarczyk

same concern that explicitly motivates the proliferation of gadgets that supposedly make human life easier. The very existence of this market shows how dogs have become incorporated into the machinery of consumer culture; a fact that Haraway writes poignantly about in the “Value Added Dogs and Lively

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Rod Giblett

4 and 5 suggest that the early Giblett pioneers as yeoman farmers were motivated by two contending desires, one to clear a viable farm in the forest on soils that would sustain it and them (as discussed in the previous chapter), and the other to create a pleasing prospect to protect them from the

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Carlos Pereda

Translator Sean Manning

At the beginning of this essay I described culture as “the cement of our social structures” in the sense that it flows between the many social circumstances and various manifestations of a person for the purpose of providing consistency to their life and to the life of a community. But how can that