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This chapter reviews several periods of rapid change in glacier flows, climate, and ocean currents, some of which occurred well before the Anthropocene. The effects on different civilizations are reviewed. The chapter asks to what extent the doctrine of panexperientialism helps us to grasp such a sporadic history. After introducing the doctrine, adjustments to it are proposed that may help readers to appreciate modes of experience that extend well beyond the human estate and to respect temporal “bumps” by which new complexities of experience emerge and are enlarged. To gather together these themes the chapter addresses the “mysterianism” of Colin...

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