Natural: how faith in nature's goodness leads to harmful fads, unjust laws, and flawed science

Boston: Beacon Press (2020)
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The widespread confusion of Nature with God and "natural" with holy has far-reaching negative consequences, from misinformation about everyday food and health choices to mistaken justifications of sexism, racism, and flawed economic policies.



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