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Compare philosophical Daoist notions of nature with the emerging discourses in the West of "Spiritual Ecology"
Religion and Theology
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Whereas the west’s ‘spiritual ecology’ calls for “a spiritual response to the ecological crisis”, Daoist approach, to nature, itself responds to this demand to a large extent.
A spiritual ecologist believes that since spirituality dominates a significant part of human life, it can be manipulated to change and, in cases, to alter man’s perspective towards nature and the universe in order for a better inhabitable environmental status. In this regard, discourses on ‘spiritual ecology’ pivots on man’s religiosity and its connection with environment and ecology. On the contrary, religiosity and nature stand on the two opposite ends of the same continuum. Daoism is more of a philosophy, than religion, which includes spirituality that is indispensably connected with human being’s harmonious position amid the sacred order of the universe. Discourses on ‘Spiritual ecology’, in the first place, put emphasis on the idea that “The major problems in the world are the result of the difference between the way nature works and the way man thinks.” ...
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