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The theory of atmospheres and its applications

  title={The theory of atmospheres and its applications},
  author={G. B{\"o}hme},
It might be of interest to know how I started to grant atmospheres a systematic significance. It was in the context of my critique of ecology (Böhme 1989/1999). Ecology emerged as a science, at least in Germany, as a response to the need to engage with environmental problems, and it was tasked with providing solutions. Although interest in it was therefore from the outset determined by the context of human life, ecological theory (drawing on older approaches like Ernst Haeckel’s) was developed… Expand
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