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Wilderness Defined

I’ve been struggling with defining “wilderness” for at least three years now. I’ve fallen through on my promise to dive into the layers of meaning from nature authors, advocates for legal “wilderness” areas, or folks with whom I interact. I struggled … Continue reading

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The Wilderness of Thought

I live in a national forest near the edge of the San Gorgonio Wilderness Area. In my four-day weekend over Valentine’s Day, I chose to explore hikes around the area near the SGWA. Moseying toward a 7800′ “hill” with a fantastic … Continue reading

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Open the Door: Feminist Philosophy

I’ve managed to tell a tale or two from two classes on my anthropology and philosophy days, but no stories from my other two classes made it to the blog before classes ended. I apologize. Over the last four months, … Continue reading

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Open the Door: Environmental Philosophy

I just finished this week’s journal entry for philosophy day’s last class, Environmental Philosophy. Env Phil is an interesting mix of people, both of interests (biology, environmental studies, undetermined, and political science, as I’m the only anthro major) and age … Continue reading

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