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100 1  Callicott, J. Baird 
245 10 Environmental Philosophy in Asian Traditions of Thought 
264  1 Albany :|bState University of New York Press,|c2014 
264  4 |c©2014 
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505 0  Intro -- Environmental Philosophy in Asian Traditions of 
       Thought -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 
       Introduction -- Notes -- Section I: Environmental 
       Philosophy in Indian Traditions of Thought -- Chapter 1: 
       Environment and Environmental Philosophy in India -- India
       in Western Environmental Thought -- Nature in the Hindu 
       Religious Traditions -- Gandhi on the Environment -- Notes
       -- Chapter 2: Ātman, Identity, and Emanation: Arguments 
       for a Hindu Environmental Ethic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 
       Three Arguments for a Hindu Environmental Ethic -- 3. 
       Objections to the Ātman Argument -- 4. Objections to the 
       Identity Argument -- 5. Objections to the Emanation 
       Argument -- 6. An Alternative to the Ātman, Identity, and 
       Emanation Arguments -- 7. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments --
       References -- Primary Sanskrit Sources -- Edited Volumes 
       of Sanskrit Texts -- Secondary Sources -- Notes -- Chapter
       3: Gandhi's Contributions to Environmental Thought and 
       Action -- Lal and Gandhi's Ecological Vision of Life -- 
       Non-Violence and Non-Cooperation -- Simple Living in Place
       of Consumerism -- Inappropriate Production and Appropriate
       Technology -- Decentralization Rather than Globalization -
       - From Local Economies to Chipko -- Gandhi's Proposal for 
       Self-Reliant Villages -- Gandhi's Biocentric Perspective -
       - Conclusion -- Notes -- Chapter 4: Acting with Compassion
       : Buddhism, Feminism, and the Environmental Crisis -- 
       Introduction -- Environmentally Relevant Principles of 
       Buddhism and Feminism -- Experiential Knowing -- Examining
       the Conditioned Mind -- The Truth of Interrelatedness -- 
       Emotional Energy as Source of Healing -- Relational Ethics
       -- The Role of Community -- A Few Possible Limitations -- 
       Egocentrism as Central Concept -- Power Relations Analysis
       -- Social Ethics and Engaged Practice -- Examples of 
       Buddhist Feminist Environmental Work -- Research and 
       Theory 
505 8  Environmental Activism -- Environmental Education -- 
       Conclusion -- Notes -- Chapter 5: Against Holism: 
       Rethinking Buddhist Environmental Ethics -- 1. -- 2. -- 3.
       -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- References -- Notes
       -- Chapter 6: Causation and 'Telos': The Problem of 
       Buddhist Environmental Ethics -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 
       Section II: Environmental Philosophy in Chinese Traditions
       of Thought -- Chapter 7: The Relevance of Chinese Neo-
       Confucianism for the Reverence of Nature -- Attitudinal 
       Changes Toward Nature -- The Chinese Tradition: Nature in 
       Neo-Confucian Thought -- The Development of the Confucian 
       Tradition -- Naturalistic Cosmology of Neo-Confucianism --
       The Ethics of Self-Cultivation -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 
       Chapter 8: Beyond Naturalism: A Reconstruction of Daoist 
       Environmental Ethics -- I. -- II. -- III. -- A. The 
       Natural Law Theory -- B. The "Human as Artificial" School 
       -- C. The Inherent Nature Theory -- D. The Nonpurposive 
       Interpretation -- IV. -- Notes -- Chapter 9: Conceptual 
       Foundations for Environmental Ethics: A Daoist Perspective
       -- I. Introduction -- II. Interpretations of De -- III. 
       Interdependence and Integrity: Dao and De Allowing for 
       Spontaneity: Wuwei and Ziran -- IV. A Daoist Proposal for 
       an Environmental Ethic -- Anti-Anthropocentrism -- Against
       Human Separateness and Other Dualisms -- Holism and 
       Integrity -- Notes -- Chapter 10: Process Ecology and the 
       'Ideal' Dao -- Introduction -- Dao as Process -- Ideal vs.
       Actual Daoing -- Tolerance and Integrity -- Ecological and
       Normative Implications -- Notes -- Chapter 11: The 
       Viability (Dao) and Virtuosity (De) of Daoist Ecology: 
       Reversion (Fu) as Renewal -- I. Deconstructing "Common 
       Sense" -- II. Unthinking-What's Wrong with Wei, and the 
       Antidote of Hui -- III. Undoing-the Viability of Wei-Wu-
       Wei -- Hydraulic Engineering -- Resource Management -- 
       Ecological Design 
505 8  IV. Playful Participation in the Dao of Heaven-The 
       Virtuosity of Zi-ran -- Notes -- Chapter 12: Ecology, 
       Aesthetics and Daoist Body Cultivation -- Introduction -- 
       Bachelard -- Merleau-Ponty -- Somatic Disciplines -- The 
       Way of Highest Clarity -- Qi Cultivation -- Pervasion 
       (tong  ) and Eco-Aesthetics -- References -- Notes -- 
       Section III: Environmental Philosophy in Japanese 
       Traditions of Thought -- Chapter 13: The Japanese Concept 
       of Nature in Relation to the Environmental Ethics and 
       Conservation Aesthetics of Aldo Leopold -- Introduction --
       The Environmental Philosophy of Aldo Leopold -- The Land 
       Ethic -- The Conservation Aesthetic -- Japanese Buddhism-
       An Asian Resource for Environmental Ethics -- The Field 
       Model of Nature in Ecology and Japanese Buddhism -- The 
       Japanese Concept of Nature-A Unity of Onozukara/Mizukara -
       - The Kegon Infrastructure of Nature in Zen Buddhisim -- 
       The Aesthetic Concept of Nature in Japanese Buddhism -- 
       The Salvific Function of Nature in Japanese Buddhism -- 
       Conclusion: An East-West Gaia Theory of Nature -- Notes --
       Chapter 14: Dōgen, Deep Ecology, and the Ecological Self -
       - Introduction -- Buddha-Nature -- The Self -- Buddha 
       Nature, Self, and Everyday Life -- Dōgen and Deep Ecology 
       -- Dōgen and the Deep Ecology-Ecofeminism Debate -- Dōgen 
       and Ecofeminism -- Notes -- Chapter 15: Conservation 
       Ethics and the Japanese Intellectual Tradition -- Notes --
       Chapter 16: From Symbiosis (Kyōsei) to the Ontology of 
       "Arising Both from Oneself and from Another" (Gūshō) -- 1.
       Main Problem -- 2. Historical Development of the Study of 
       Symbiosis and Various Aspects of Symbiotic Phenomena -- 3.
       The "logos" of Ecology -- 4. The Logic of Lemma and the 
       Ontology of "Arising Both from Oneself and from Another" 
       (GŪSHŌ) -- Notes -- Chapter 17: The Confucian 
       Environmental Ethics of Ogyū Sorai: A Three-Level, Eco-
       Humanistic Interpretation 
505 8  Introduction -- 1. Sorai's Two-level Utilitarianism -- 2. 
       Solving Moral Conflicts -- 3. The Absence of Objective 
       Value -- 4. Differentiating Levels -- 5. Bringing Peace to
       the Realm below Heaven -- Notes -- Chapter 18: Triple-
       Negation: Watsuji Tetsurō on the Sustainability of 
       Ecosystems, Economies, and International Peace -- 
       Introduction -- I. The Ethics of Watsuji Tetsurō -- II. 
       Environmental Security -- III. Triple-Negation: Watsuji, 
       Environmental Ethics, and Security -- Conclusions -- Notes
       -- Afterword: Recontextualizing the Self in Comparative 
       Environmental Philosophy -- Notes -- Contributors -- Index
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