What is the environmentalism of the Right, and how does it compare to that of the Left? What can it teach us about modernity, nature, and the relationship of man to both? Join the Arktos crew as they tackle these questions and more yet on the latest edition of Interregnum.
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Shouldn’t a discussion of environmentalism have touched at some point more directly upon global warming and the yes/no, (left/rightt?) issue of the human impact on global warming? Perhaps it may not qualify for the same fascinating erudite philosophical analysis as the other aspect touched upon.