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Ecologies of Human Flourishing

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ISBN 9780945454458

Publication Date: 09/06/2011


  • Foreword by Steven B. Bloomfield
  • Preface by Donald K. Swearer
  • Acknowledgements by Donald K. Swearer and Susan Lloyd McGarry
  • Introduction: An Ecology of Human Flourishing by Donald K. Swearer
  • Does Thoreau Have a Future? Reimagining Voluntary Simplicity for the Twenty-First Century by Lawrence Buell
  • Response—Voluntary Simplicity: Thoreau and Gandhi by Diana Eck
  • Ecologies of Human Flourishing: A Case from Precolonial South India by Anne E. Monius
  • Response—Love and Longing in the Time of Rain by Archana Venkatesan
  • Religious Values and Global Health by Arthur Kleinman and Bridget Hanna
  • Response—Personal Efficacy and Moral Engagement in Global Health by Paul Farmer
  • A World in Crisis: The Relevance of Spiritual-Moral Principles by Chandra Muzaffar
  • Response—Practice and Power by Ronald F. Thiemann
  • Cities, Climate Change, and Christianity: Religion and Sustainable Urbanism by Sallie McFague
  • Response—An Ethic of the Ordinary by David C. Lamberth
  • Human Flourishing Depends on What We Do Now by Bill McKibben
  • Response—Hope and the Climate Scientist by Daniel P. Schrag
  • Flourishing and Its Enemies: by The Ideology of Self-Interest as Self-Fulfilling by Barry Schwartz
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Index

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