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Radix Naturalis
Radix Naturalis
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Radix Naturalis

Liberation Semiology as Philosophy of Environment
Craig Cramm
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Radix Naturalis

Liberation Semiology as Philosophy of Environment
Craig Cramm
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The substance of this present work is liberation semiology. The world's own principle is love (agape). Our fellow creatures are co-symbols of emancipation from human violence. Creation is not, as influential modern thinkers envision, mere material, mere nature, to commodify and dominate for the freedom of an exclusive constituency of our species.The ecological crisis emerges from a tragic misfit between experiments with secular sovereignty and the continuance of Christian historicity. Either the Christian form of life (of time) is replaced, revealing a new ecological worldview, or we revive Christian sovereignty as a creative fit with the actuality of Christian historicity. This work wagers on the latter: Christian civilization is coextensive with ecological civilization.

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Publisher
Wipf and Stock Publishers
Year
2020
ISBN
9781498291156
Topic
Theology & Religion
Subtopic
Christian Theology

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