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Indigenous Traditions and Ecological Ethics in Earth's Insights

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Using the term, lifeway, this article emphasises the cosmology-cum-economy coherence of indigenous traditions. It explores the role of indigenous traditions in the formation of a global ecological ethic as put forward by J. Baird Callicott in his work, Earth's Insights. Recommending a cosmological approach, the article makes connections to advocacy issues. Finally, the significance of ordinary life in indigenous societies is foregrounded as the arena for teaching local ecological ethics.


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