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Loving the World as Our Own Body: The Nondualist Ethics of Taoism, Buddhism and Deep Ecology

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The ecological problem seems to be the perennial personal problem writ large: a consequence of the alienation between myself and the world I find myself 'in'. If so, the solutions we seek require a more nondual relationship with the objectified other. Asian philosophical and religious traditions have much to say about the nonduality of subject and object. This paper discusses and compares the relevant insights of Taoism, Buddhism and deep ecology.


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Affiliations: 1: Faculty of International Studies 1100 Namegaya Bunkyo University Chigasaki 253, Japan


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