"Schumacher is interested in looking at art, and making sense of, the world as a whole
l and in helping the reader to do the same. To this end he unfolds his own metaphysical map...with a humour and clarity I have never before encoutnered in a philosophical text." (Ecologist
"A condensation of a vast and refreshingly unorthodox system of ideas" (Arthur Koestler Observer
"Schumacher's arguments are invigorating, provoking, and often dramatic" (New Statesman
"The most exciting philosophical book for ages" (Daily Mail
"There is a rich store of wisdom and understanding, embedded in the religions of East and West, which our dangerous preoccupation with science has scanted and ignored... This book is about the different ways in which people may see and the blindness of only seeing in one particular way." (Sunday Telegraph
A reissue of EF Schumacher's classic work of philosophy to celebrate the centenary of his birth.