RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD AND ECOLOGY
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Ecology and the Environment

Perspectives from the Humanities

Edited by Donald K. Swearer

Foreword by Daniel P. Schrag

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$15.95 • £12.95 • €14.50

ISBN 9780945454434

Publication Date: 03/31/2009

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138 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

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  • Foreword [Daniel P. Schrag]
  • Preface [Mary Evelyn Tucker]
  • Introduction [Donald K. Swearer]
  • Literature as Environmental(ist) Thought Experiment [Lawrence Buell]
  • Nature, Liberty, and Equality [Donald Worster]
  • Touching the Depths of Things: Cultivating Nature in East Asia [Mary Evelyn Tucker]
  • Interiority Regained: Integral Ecology and Environmental Ethics [Michael E. Zimmerman]
  • From the Ground Up: Dark Green Religion and the Environmental Future [Bron Taylor]
  • Cultural Readings of the “Natural” World [Michael Jackson]
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Index

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