|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Transcending Boundaries in Philosophy and Theology|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Mark H. Dixon is an Associate Professor of Philosophy. His primary research interests are in environmental philosophy and environmental ethics. He has published articles in environmental ethics and in the philosophy of architecture.
Table of Contents
Contents: Preface; On the spiritual understanding of nature, Pßll SkÃºlason; Part 1 Restoring Place and Meaning: Introduction, Mark H. Dixon; Restoration in space and place, William R. Jordan III; Shame, ritual and beauty: technologies of encountering the otherpast, present and future, Todd LeVasseur; Recreating [in] Eden: ethical issues in restoration in wilderness, Daniel T. Spencer; Re-creation: phenomenology and guerrilla gardening, Mélanie Walton; Eschatology of environmental bliss in Romans 8:18-22 and the imperative of present environmental sustainability from a Nigerian perspective, Sampson M. Nwaomah; Resurrecting spirit: Dresden's Frauenkirche and the Bamiyan Buddhas, James Janowski; Chanting the birds home: restoring the spirit, restoring the land, A. James Wohlpart. Part 2 Recreating Place, Reconnecting with Others: Introduction, Forrest Clingerman; Reading ourselves through the land: landscape hermeneutics and ethics of place, Martin Drenthen; Who am I, who are these people, and what is this place? A hermeneutic account of the self, others, and environments, David Utsler; Concern for creation: a religious response to ecological conservation, David C. McDuffie; Recreate, relate, decenter: environmental ethics and domestic animals, Anna L. Peterson; Replacing animal rights and liberation theories, Jonathan Parker; Re-placing the doctrine of the Trinity: horizons, violence, and postmodern Christian thought, Sarah Morice-Brubaker; In the beginning and in the end, H. Peter Steeves; Index.