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Adbusters #89: The Ecopsychology Issue
As nature turns into a growing number of ravaged, people are more and more not able to deal with truth. Our new factor explores the hyperlinks among planetary demise and the unraveling of the human psyche. How is the annihilation of our ecological domestic inflicting us to maneuver throughout the 5 phases of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, melancholy and recognition? do we have to embark on a application of ecotherapy to heal the planet and ourselves?

Also during this factor: Chris Hedges on Netanyahu, Lieberman and the attack on Israel’s legitimacy
Sam Cooper at the Coming Insurrection
Astra Taylor on Philosophy on the Edge
Nicholas Kristof at the strength of Empathy

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71) Gentle to the citizens, without malice to the good, a marvelous father to strangers. If, however, the substance of these Theocritean verses is broadly traditional, we also recognize in them the congenial Ptolemy of the anecdotal tradition—the cultured bon viveur who is “one of us,” but for the fact that he holds the purse strings. Even Thyonichus’s warning about the need for moderation in requests finds 89. On this passage see esp. Burton 1992, 240–43; Weber 1993, 207–8. 36 / Introduction a close echo in a story that Athenaeus tells about Philip and a parasite called Kleisophos, “when Philip reproved him for always making requests” (diovti ajei; aijtei', Ath.

89 At one level, we may see these verses as a translation to a less formal level of language of the ideals of Pindar’s description of Hieron: prau;" ajstoi'", ouj fqonevwn ajgaqoi'", xeivnoi" de; qaumasto;" pathvr. (Pyth. 71) Gentle to the citizens, without malice to the good, a marvelous father to strangers. If, however, the substance of these Theocritean verses is broadly traditional, we also recognize in them the congenial Ptolemy of the anecdotal tradition—the cultured bon viveur who is “one of us,” but for the fact that he holds the purse strings.

Fraser 1972, 1: 310–11. 34 / Introduction symposium as sites for the meeting of equals, whether it be Alcaeus’s aristocratic hetaireia or a gathering of free citizens of democratic Athens, and as sites for the display of diªerence between host and guest (as in the Cena Trimalchionis), or, put more harshly, between patron and parasite, underlies both anecdotal and satirical traditions;86 the particular flavor of those traditions arises in fact from the awareness, which is shared and exploited by both host and guest, of that tension.

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