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Ecozoic Spirituality

The Symphony of God, Humanity, and the Universe

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Kwang Sun Choi

This book guides the reader to the emerging Ecozoic Era when humans will be present upon the Earth in a mutually enhancing manner. Indeed, this book calls for an Ecozoic spirituality that is timely and much needed. It also illustrates an important direction for theology and spirituality and for deep ecumenism that is yet to be fully realized and opens more doors for such dialogue.
By giving special attention to the integral relationship among God, the cosmos, and humanity, the works of Thomas Berry (1914–2009, USA) and Zhou Dunyi (1017–1073, China) provide insights that speak to the current ecological crisis, a cosmological context for developing an Ecozoic spirituality, while helping to advance clear values and ethical parameters that lead to a more authentic human presence on Earth.
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ASIAN THOUGHT AND CULTURE

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This series is designed to cover three inter-related projects:

• Asian Classics Translation, including those modern Asian works that have been generally accepted as “classics”

• Asian and Comparative Philosophy and Religion, including ex-cellent and publishable Ph.D. dissertations, scholarly monographs, or collected essays

• Asian Thought and Culture in a Broader Perspective, covering exciting and publishable works in Asian culture, history, political and social thought, education, literature, music, fine arts, performing arts, martial arts, medicine, etc.

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