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Document Type(s):Journal Article
Article/Chapter Title:Daoism and Ecology
Journal Title:Earth Ethics
Author(s):Miller, James
Religion(s):Taoism
Date of Publication:1998
Volume:10
Issue:1
Pages:26-27
Annotation:A concise and clear overview of the cosmic ecological sensibilities found within classical philosophy and the religious practice of Daoism, this text builds on a Daoist hermeneutical principle grounded in the mutual interpenetration of all dimensions of being. Miller suggests that the refinement of one’s physical existence can lead to the healing of the environment and provide a platform for understanding one’s embeddedness in the larger, cosmic ecology.
   
 
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