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Anthropology in the 'Integral Depth Ecology' of Jochen Kirchhoff

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This article provides a structural analysis of the position of the human being (anthropos) in the integrale Tiefenökologie of the philosopher Jochen Kirchhoff (born 1944). This term denotes not only the indissoluble unity of human and cosmos, but also the entire spectrum of consciousness, from the physical level of matter/energy to the transpersonal level of Spirit/the Absolute, in an epistemological as well as ontological sense. The contours of the ecological problem, according to Kirchhoff, as well as the outlines of his remedial project are drawn, in the context of the tradition in which he stands and the contemporary discourse (modern science) from which he disengages himself.


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