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Special Issue: Christian Philosophical Perspectives on Sustainable Development

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In this introductory article, the authors first briefly present the debate on the meaning of sustainability and consider the question of how to connect the concept of sustainability with a Christian—in particular, Reformational—way of doing philosophy. After examining the various uses of Dooyeweerdian philosophy in this regard, this introduction closes with an overview of the contributions to this special issue.

Affiliations: 1: Independent scholar h.f.massink@solcon.nl ; 2: Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands, henk.jochemsen@wur.nl

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12. Rademaker C.J.,, Glas G.,, and Jochemsen H. (2017). "Sustainable Livestock Farming as Normative Practice". Philosophia Reformata Vol 82 (2), pp. 216240.
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