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Integrative Journal of Conference Proceedings

An Evolutionary View of the Concept of Sustainable Development

Submission: October 09, 2020;Published: October 23, 2020


The genesis of the notion of sustainable development can be traced back to historical context. Western modernist ideas and faith in progress of economies and societies can be considered as synonymous and reinforcing each other. In the latter part of seventeenth century French scientist Fentenelle first advocated the tremendous potency of the notion of progress and presaged that the mankind through the idea of science and technology, was on the threshold of stepping foot on a road of necessary and limitless growth. During the enlightenment period and subsequently through the extension of the writings of Condorcet, Turgot, Marx etc, the view of advancement reached the pinnacle.

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