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Earth's Insights ... and Inadequacies

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image of Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

The ecological wisdom from cross-cultural and religious insights provides needed historical references, guidance and ethical ideals for the ecological crisis. However, while supporting the project undertaken in Earth's Insights, this article challenges the tools used to develop a postmodern worldview. The lack of adequate discussions about the postmodern discourses, the new science, a 'universal' postmodern worldview, and the infusing of cross-cultural ecological ethics into such a worldview, leave the project vulnerable and utopian.

Affiliations: 1: St. Paul University Faculty of Theology Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 1C4


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