Capra argues that at the end of the 20th century we are shifting away from the mechanistic world of Descartes and Newton to a holistic, ecological view. He establishes patterns between ideas from such diverse fields as Buddhism and quantum physics.
The author and his wife are the proud owners of a small zoo on the island of Jersey. But there's one thing that's better than a small zoo - a bigger one. So the author heads off to South America to collect more animals. This title offers an account of his journey into the South American wilds.
Nothing from a shop and nothing raised from agriculture. Could it even be done? This book presents the author's account of twelve months eating only food shot, caught or foraged from the fields, hedges, and brooks of his forty-acre farm.