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Vol 1, No 1 (2007); Forum on Religion, Nature and Culture (part I)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Exploring Religion, Nature and Culture—Introducing the Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture PDF
Bron Taylor 5-24

Articles

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Connecting with Creation: The Convergence of Nature, Religion, Science and Culture PDF
Stephen R. Kellert 25-37
Finding Data: Some Reflections on Ontologies and Normativities PDF
Kocku von Stuckrad 39-46
Religion, Nature and Culture: Theorizing the Field PDF
Adrian Ivakhiv 47-57
Opportunity, Challenge and a Definition of Religion PDF
Stewart Elliott Guthrie 58-67
Reflections on Animal Emotions and Beastly Virtues: Appreciating, Honoring and Respecting the Public Passions of Animals PDF
Marc Bekoff 68-80
Religious Environmentalism: What it is, Where it’s Heading and Why We Should be Going in the Same Direction PDF
Roger S. Gottlieb 81-91
Indigenous Moral Philosophies and Ontologies and their Implications for Sustainable Development PDF
Robin M. Wright 92-108
Re-Uniting with the Kosmos PDF
Penelope S. Bernard 109-128
What if Religions had Ecologies? The Case for Reinhabiting Religious Studies PDF
Sarah McFarland Taylor 129-138



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