New Philosophy and New Law for a Troubled World
Chapter 2: The Human Condition Now
The human being is the victim of the human society that remakes the human being in its own image. Human society is the victim of the human being who fills human society with the best and the worst of being human. The human species made by Nature has become the victim of the human species made by Man. Nature is the victim of the human species that Nature made. That has always been the human condition. In the twenty-first century, the human condition is facing an unprecedented crisis. Our response to that crisis, as human beings and as human societies, will determine the future of the human species, and even its survival.
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