Turn and live with animals
The slaughterhouse ethic of whalers tells us we must look beyond communism and capitalism to survive. For thousands of years, life and culture in the arctic circle relied on the respect between man and whale, that was until the clash of communism and capitalism in the 20th century. Writing in Aeon, Bathsheba Demuth recounts the history of the Bering Strait and what it can teach us about what it means to survive.
From Aeon magazine