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imagining the unimaginable

Jim Norwine

pp. 1-11

This book is an imaginative geography of "after" worlds … "after," that is, another century of (a) profound climate change in the form of unprecedented anthropogenic planetary warming and (b) an expanding and deepening "postmodern" culture-shift, one which already has begun to transmogrify modern assumptions in a way eerily reminiscent of how, five centuries prior, those then-new ways of mind and being consumed the seeds of tradition, habit, and belief and spit out strange fruit.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-7353-0_1

Full citation:

Norwine, J. (2014)., Introduction: imagining the unimaginable, in J. Norwine (ed.), A world after climate change and culture-shift, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 1-11.

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