Saving the Appearances is about the world as we see it and the world as it is; it is about God, human nature, and consciousness. The best known of numerous books by the British sage whom C.S. Lewis called the awisest and best of my unofficial teachers, a it draws on sources from mythology, philosophy, history, literature, theology, and science to chronicle the evolution of human thought from Moses and Aristotle to Galileo and Keats. Barfield urges his readers to do away with the assumption that the relationship between people and their environment is static. He dares us to end our exploitation of the natural world and to acknowledge, even revel in, our participation in the diurnal creative process.Saving the Appearances is about the world as we see it and the world as it is; it is about God, human nature, and consciousness.
|Title||:||Saving the Appearances|
|Publisher||:||Wesleyan University Press - 1988-08-01|