I-Have-Experienced-Muir-Nature-Than-Thou

For this week’s blog post, Professor Larochelle asked us the question:   How does John Muir’s perspective on nature, and on direct experience with the non-human world, differ from the perspectives proposed by other writers we have discussed (such as Whitman, Thoreau, and Bello)? How would Cronon characterize Muir’s attitude Read more…

On A Wildness Experience, Near Home   I had always kind of considered wild animals to be stupid, inhuman. Like they are lower creatures that domesticated animals or civilized humans. But this Summer, my opinion on the wild animals of the forest changed when I met Rodriguez. For most of Read more…