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Introduction
I.  The Ideology of Free-Market Democracy: Separation, Domination, and Nature as a Resource
    A.  Introduction, Limitations, and a Brief Roadmap
    B.  Early Influences: The Seeds of Separation and Domination
    C.  The Modern Era: Science, Economics, and the New Natural Philosophy
        1.  The Influence of Science: Quantification, Objectification, and Dominance of Nature
        2.  The Impact of Economics: Changing Nature’s Value
        3.  The New Deal: Adopting the Philosophy of Unlimited Consumption
        4.  Romanticism and Transcendentalism: The Basis for a Competing Ideology of Preservation and Entrenching Separation
II.  Sustainable Development as a Source of Western Ideological Imperialism
III.  Considering the Spread of the Ideology of Separation and Domination
    A.  Arguments of Western Ideological Hegemony
    B.  Separation and Domination as the Basis of Environmental Harm
Conclusion