The Art of Intimacy

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This paper is an exploration of intimacy with non-human nature. I show that intimacy is like friendship in that it is a close and familiarrelationships that develops over time and is marked by care and concern. Just as we have good reasons to value and promote friendships, we also have good reasons to value and promote intimacy with nonhuman nature
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