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Making Polders: Social Communication, Religion, and the Global Environmental Crisis (2008)

Author: A. Saniotis

Affiliation: Discipline of Anthropology, School of Social Sciences, the University of Adelaide.

Article type: Standard scientific article

Section: Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy

Language: language

Abstract (english):

This paper examines the nexus between social communication, religion and the global environmental crisis and is based on the ideas of the philosopher Ervin Laszlo. I locate social communication and religion in relation to new approaches to tackling global environmental problems. This paper also calls for the need for a macroshift in social communication and religion. This will be based on a shift in worldviews from a logos driven to a holos driven evolution.

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