David Suzuki Living With Nature Summary

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The essay “Living with Nature” by David Suzuki speaks mainly about how easy is it, due to the world we live in, to ignore and lose touch with the natural world that surrounds us. This essay explains that people have become so hypersensitive to wildlife that they create chemicals and methods to get rid of “potential pests” and most people will use them without thinking about any consequences. Suzuki then talks about how once people have labelled certain aspects of nature as dangerous or disturbing, they shy away from them and deem them as an enemy. This is normally passed down in the form of lessons to friends and family; this need for humans to have all the control. He talks about how, thanks to a feeling of disgust towards certain living things

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