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The latter prophets include the oracles, social teachings, bitter condemnations, and messianic expectations of a diverse group of inspired individuals spanning a period of about three hundred and fifty years, from the mid-eighth century bce to the end of the fifth century bce. Now in the past few years, the publication of new works promises to establish the region in world environmental history and to inject environmental themes into middle east studies, from turkey to the arabian peninsula and from north africa to iran. There will always be value to experience and expertise, devotion to facts, humility in the face of complexity, and a respect for ideas, but in this moment they seem more important, and more endangered, than they've ever been.