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Interpreting nature : the emerging field of environmental hermeneutics

Auteur(s) : Clingerman, Forrest (Éd.)
Treanor, Brian (Éd.)
Drenthen, Martin (Éd.)
et al.
Description matérielle : xi-384 p. ; 23 cm. Collection : Groundworks : ecological issues in philosophy and theology Publication : New York : Fordham University Press, 2014.Cote : TIV.167Note : Bibliogr. p. 365-371 ; Index.  Thématique : Philosophie | Environnement | Écologie humaine Thématique spécifique : Herméneutique
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Introduction: environmental hermeneutics / Utsler, David ; Clingerman, Forrest ; Drenthen, Martin and Treanor, Brian --

Environmental hermeneutics deep in the forest / Buren, John van --

Morrow’s ants: E. OL. Wilson and Gadamer's critique of (natural) historicism / Smith, Mick --

Layering: body, building, biography / Mugerauer, Robert --

Might nature be interpreted as a “saturated phenomenon”? / Gschwandtner, Christina M. --

Must environmental philosophy relinquish the concept of nature? A hermeneutic reply to Steven Vogel / Cameron, W. S. K. --

Environmental hermeneutics and environmental/eco-psychology: explorations in environmental identity / Utsler, David --

Environmental hermeneutics with and for others: Ricoeur's ethics and the ecological self / Bell, Nathan M. --

Bodily moods and unhomely environments: the hermeneutics of agoraphobia and the spirit of place / Trigg, Dylan --

Narrative and nature: appreciating and understanding the nonhuman world / Treanor, Brian --

The question concerning nature / McGrath, Sean --

New nature narratives: landscape hermeneutics and environmental ethics / Drenthen, Martin --

Memory, imagination, and the hermeneutics of place / Clingerman, Forrest --

The betweenness of monuments / Donohoe, Janet --

My place in the sun / Wood, David --

How hermeneutics might save the life of (environmental) ethics / Tongeren, Paul van and Snellen, Paulien --

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