T(t)ERRA: Introduction + Chapter II — Turning Point + Earth and Cities Based on Interdependence.

— TURNING POINT

— EARTH AND CITIES BASED ON INTERDEPENDENCE

Based on this, we can say that “nature is smarter than we suppose. After all, it also produces the human brain, which we boast of being one of the most perfect instruments of the cosmos“ (WILBER, Ken. A Consciência Sem Fronteiras: Pontos de Vista do Oriente e do Ocidente Sobre o Crescimento Pessoal)

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