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The National Parks present another instance of the working outof the tragedy of the commons. At present, they are open to all,without limit. The parks themselves are limited in extent --there is only one Yosemite Valley -- whereas population seems togrow without limit. The values that visitors seek in the parksare steadily eroded. Plainly, we must soon cease to treat theparks as commons or they will be of no value to anyone.
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The rebuttal to the invisible hand in population control is tobe found in a scenario first sketched in a little-known Pamphletin 1833 by a mathematical amateur named William Forster Lloyd(1794-1852). We may well call it "thetragedy of the commons," using the word "tragedy"as the philosopher Whitehead used it :"The essence of dramatic tragedy is not unhappiness. Itresides in the solemnity of the remorseless working ofthings." He then goes on to say, "This inevitablenessof destiny can only be illustrated in terms of human life byincidents which in fact involve unhappiness. For it is only bythem that the futility of escape can be made evident in thedrama."
Bloom, Benjamin (ed.) , Ballantine, 1985.
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