And, furthermore, I hold that whatever is horrible in industrial society
is due to the ignorance of the capitalist class.
Another point would be--and I think this is very important, and of course this is where the mainstream and the radical environmental movements diverge--shallow ecology was that ecology which took for granted industrial society
and tried to clean its act up.
The statement went on to say that the law has overlooked the opinion of civil and industrial society
experts and scholars in the mineral resources field who have consistently demanded a law to enhance the state capacities and optimally utilise mineral resources in order to attain maximum benefit for the national economy.
Marion Lockhart has been secretary of the Industrial Section of the Glendale Horticultural and Industrial Society
for 19 years.
The author organises the book topically, and then explains how the features giving rise to industrial society
developed over time to affect epistemology, economics, person-environment perceptions and relationships.
This is what permits industrialism to live comfortably with itself, despite its conscious awareness of being inherently expansionist, and with enough self-knowledge to understand that industrial society
has two choices: endless growth or death.
But if America is not an industrial society
, what is it?
* We know that the work and status of a diagnostic engineer should be recognised as occupying a very high place in industrial society
and that they should be appropriately rewarded and honoured.
With advances in technology over the years, she said, we've moved from being an industrial society
to an information society.
There is widespread agreement that attention to social structure has declined in historical research over the past two decades, partly as a result of changes in the classic structures of industrial society
and the decline of Marxism, partly as a result of the cultural turn.
If the first organic pioneers were seeking to escape from industrial society
, today's hopeful farmers want to engage with it.
The gross inflexibility inherent in a mode of transport where not only the route and timetable are rigid but so is the track, the latter rendering diversion impossible, makes it completely unsuitable for a modern industrial society