Wendell Berry Quote

To me, an economy that sees the life of a community or a place as expendable, and reckons its value only in terms of money, is not acceptable because it is not realistic. I am thinking as I believe we must think if we wish to discuss the best uses of people, places, and things, and if we wish to give affection some standing in our thoughts.


What Matters?: Economics for a Renewed Commonwealth (ed. Counterpoint Press, 2010) - ISBN: 9781582436067

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To me, an economy that sees the life of a community or a place as expendable, and reckons its value only in terms of money, is not acceptable because ...

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To me, an economy that sees the life of a community or a place as expendable, and reckons its value only in terms of money, is not acceptable because ...

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To me, an economy that sees the life of a community or a place as expendable, and reckons its value only in terms of money, is not acceptable because ...

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To me, an economy that sees the life of a community or a place as expendable, and reckons its value only in terms of money, is not acceptable because ...