Category: soliphilia

Generation Symbiocene, Optimism and Symbiocene Identity

The loss of identity tied to a sense of place was one of the defining characteristics of my concept of solastalgia.[1] The issue of “identity” was even in the sub-title of the first publication devoted to it.¬† In my first publication on this topic I argued that, while solastalgia is a serious psychic condition, it

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Soliphilia

“Soliphilia” is the love of the totality of our place relationships, and a willingness to accept the political responsibility for protecting and conserving them at all scales. The concept has its origins in the French solidaire¬†(interdependent) and the Latin solidus¬†(solid or whole), and, the love of one’s fellow citizens and neighbors implied by the Greek

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