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Daoism and ecology : ways within a cosmic landscape /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Girardot, N. J., Miller, James, 1968-, Liu, Xiaogan, 1947-
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard Divinity School : Distributed by Harvard University Press, c2001.
Series:Religions of the world and ecology
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface /
  • Lawrence E. Sullivan
  • Series Foreword /
  • Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
  • Note on the Romanization of Chinese Terms
  • Introduction /
  • N. J. Girardot, James Miller and Liu Xiaogan
  • Prologue: The Calabash Scrolls /
  • Stephen L. Field
  • "Daoism" and "Deep Ecology": Fantasy and Potentiality /
  • Jordan Paper
  • Ecological Questions for Daoist Thought: Contemporary Issues and Ancient Texts /
  • Joanne D. Birdwhistell
  • "Nature" as Part of Human Culture in Daoism /
  • Michael LaFargue
  • Daoism and the Quest for Order /
  • Terry F. Kleeman
  • Sectional Discussion: What Can Daoism Contribute to Ecology? /
  • James Miller
  • Daoist Ecology: The Inner Transformation. A Study of the Precepts of the Early Daoist Ecclesia /
  • Kristofer Schipper
  • The Daoist Concept of Central Harmony in the Scripture of Great Peace: Human Responsibility for the Maladies of Nature /
  • Chi-tim Lai
  • "Mutual Stealing among the Three Powers" in the Scripture of Unconscious Unification /
  • Zhang Jiyu and Li Yuanguo
  • Ingesting the Marvelous: The Practitioner's Relationship to Nature According to Ge Hong /
  • Robert Ford Campany
  • Sectional Discussion: What Ecological Themes Are Found in Daoist Texts? /
  • James Miller, Richard G. Wang and Edward Davis
  • Flowering Apricot: Environmental Practice, Folk Religion, and Daoism /
  • E. N. Anderson
  • In Search of Dragons: The Folk Ecology of Fengshui /
  • Stephen L. Field
  • An Introductory Study on Daoist Notions of Wilderness /
  • Thomas H. Hahn
  • Salvation in the Garden: Daoism and Ecology /
  • Jeffrey F. Meyer
  • Sectional Discussion: How Successfully Can We Apply the Concepts of Ecology to Daoist Cultural Contexts? /
  • John Patterson and James Miller
  • From Reference to Deference: Daoism and the Natural World /
  • David L. Hall
  • The Local and the Focal in Realizing a Daoist World /
  • Roger T. Ames
  • "Responsible Non-Action" in a Natural World: Perspectives from the Neiye, Zhuangzi, and Daode jing /
  • Russell Kirkland
  • Metic Intelligence or Responsible Non-Action? Further Reflections on the Zhuangzi, Daode jing, and Neiye /
  • Lisa Raphals
  • Non-Action and the Environment Today: A Conceptual and Applied Study of Laozi's Philosophy /
  • Liu Xiaogan
  • Sectional Discussion: What Are the Speculative Implications of Early Daoist Texts for an Environmental Ethics? /
  • Russell B. Goodman and James Miller
  • Respecting the Environment, or Visualizing Highest Clarity /
  • James Miller
  • A Declaration of the Chinese Daoist Association on Global Ecology /
  • Zhang Jiyu
  • Changes Starts Small: Daoist Practice and the Ecology of Individual Lives. A Roundtable Discussion with Liu Ming, Rene Navarro, Linda Varone, Vincent Chu, Daniel Seitz, and Weidong Lu /
  • Livia Kohn
  • Daoist Environmentalism in the West: Ursula K. Le Guin's Reception and Transmission of Daoism /
  • Jonathan R. Herman
  • Sectional Discussion: Daoism - A Vital Tradition for the Contemporary Ecological Consciousness /
  • James Miller
  • Epilogue: Dao Song /
  • Ursula K. Le Guin
  • Bibliography on Daoism and Ecology /
  • James Miller, Jorge Highland and Liu Xiaogan /
  • [et al.].