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AbstractThis paper provides the first ethnographic study of spiritual ecology in contemporary Hong Kong. In exploring the life stories of people who wanted to “heal” nature as well as those who were being “healed” by nature through the practice of green living, this paper illuminates the...
AbstractThis article rests upon two kinds of deductions: first a lack of scholarly engagement within cultural constructs of religion in mainstream social movement studies; and the second, the quasi-religious aspects of occupy-like movement. These two problematics, one theoretical, and one...
AbstractFriedrich Nietzsche and Albert Schweitzer end up defending radically similar, yet critically opposed conclusions about the human animal and its place in nature, particularly with regard to the ethical awareness that does or does not follow from this situatedness. Arthur Schopenhauer’s...
AbstractIndia and the rest of the world continue to witness waves of COVID-19. In this article, I present myriad examples of ethical issues in the context of pandemics that hit India in the last few centuries. I also analyze the relevance of Indian texts and films in the context of various...
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