Environmental Philosophy

Volume 14, Issue 1, Spring 2017

Immortality and Infinitude in the Anthropocene

Michelle Bastian, Thom van Dooren
Pages 1-9

Editorial Preface
The New Immortals: Immortality and Infinitude in the Anthropocene

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