Paradoxes (volume 14)
“If all the citizens of the world loved the Earth as we love it, it would be consumed in two weeks. recently wrote the mountain poet Cédric Sapin-Defour. A frightening contradiction, which could simply be called “the paradox of the love of nature”.
To make it a taboo subject would be to neglect the power of paradoxes. Because two ideas that seem to oppose each other rarely lead to a dead end. Looking them in the face offers the perfect opportunity to question ourselves: what did we miss?
- 304 pages
- Printed in France
- Recycled papers