Download the PhD dissertation ...On May 5, 2014 / By Matthew Zylstra
We might all be into the environment, but battle lines are drawn when it comes to invasive species ...On March 21, 2013 / By Matthew Zylstra
View the research results poster presented on meaningful nature experiences at the 2012 Annual Research Meeting of the DST-NRF ...On December 12, 2012 / By Matthew Zylstra
Learning to see outside of our worldview may bring unwanted truths. ...On September 10, 2012 / By Matthew Zylstra
Under the full moon, Garkman just looked calm, proud and resolute ...On May 9, 2012 / By eyes4earth
Emerging from five days in the Kouga wilderness, a group of youth from areas across the Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve ...On September 22, 2010 / By eyes4earth
In ancient Indian mythology, there is a story told about the ravaging demon of Taraka whom cannot be stopped ...On August 25, 2010 / By Matthew Zylstra
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The idea that animals can convey meaning, and thereby offer an attentive human being illumination, is a commonly held belief the world over. The view is disparaged and disputed only by modern cultures with an allegiance to science as the sole arbiter of truth. The price of this conceit, to my way of thinking, is enormous.
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The PhD research underpinning certain content on eyes4earth.org was completed in early 2014.
The final dissertation is freely available for download here.
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