Postmodern Environmental Ethics
This book explains the role of language in causing and in resolving the ecocrisis, showing that ecologically adaptive behavior can be facilitated through language. The authors explore the discourses of deep ecology, ecofeminism, Judeo-Christianity, quantum theory, and Native American world views, all to the end of empowering ecosocial change.
- Paperback | 348 pages
- 150.11 x 227.84 x 17.27mm | 399g
- 17 Aug 1995
- State University of New York Press
- Albany, NY, United States
- Total Illustrations: 0
"There is no other topic which reflects so penetratingly both the contradictions and the hopes that the contemporary situation holds for us, and these essays serve as a very clear mirror in this respect." -- Daniel Kealey, Towson State University
About Max Oelschlaeger
Max Oelschlaeger is Professor of Philosophy and Religion Studies at the University of North Texas, Denton.