Paradigmatic Shifts in Western Europe: The Importance of the New World

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Carson Fellow Donald Worster argumentiert, dass die Entdeckung der Neuen Welt die Idee von Freiheit geformt hat. Sie hat die Betrachtung der Natur stark verändert, ebenso wie das ökonomische Wachstum und Konzepte des Individuums in Amerika. Donald Worster ist ein amerikanischer Umwelthistoriker und seit 1989 Professor der amerikanischen Geschichte an der Universität von Kansas.
Carson Fellow Donald Worster argues that the discovery of the New World dramatically shaped the very idea of freedom; it significantly altered perceptions of nature, economic growth, and concepts of individuality. Prof. Dr. Worster is an American environmental historian and the Hall Distinguished Professor of American History at the University of Kansas, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1989.
Keywords Oekonomisches Wachstum Entdeckung der Neuen Welt Umweltgeschichte Natur Freiheit Grenzenloses Wachstum Adam Smith discovery of the New World early modern history environmental history economic growth nature liberalism resource use
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