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THEONOMY AND BIOLOGY: TILLICH'S ONTOLOGY OF LOVE AS THE BASIS FOR AN ENVIRONMENTAL ETHIC

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image of Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

In this article, the thought of the late Protestant theologian, Paul Tillich, is considered as a resource for a contemporary environmental ethic. Tillich's ontology of love is revisited through the filter of the present global ecological crisis as a way of clarifying the various relationships that exist among the different forms of love. The paper concludes by going beyond Tillich's usage of agape love strictly as a form of love between human persons to include the non-human community within the orbit of humanity's unconditional concern for the 'other', that is, toward an ethic of 'bio-agape'.

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