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Hinduism and ecology [Texte imprimé] : the intersection of earth, sky, and water /

de Chapple, Christopher (edt.) ; Tucker, Mary Evelyn (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XLIX-600 p.) : ill., cartes. ; 24 cm. Collection: Religions of the world and ecology Édition: Cambridge, Mass. : Distributed by Harvard University Press for the Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard Divinity School, cop. 2000.ISBN: 0945454252 (rel); 0945454260 (br).Contenu: Preface / Lawrence E. Sullivan (p.XI) -- Series Foreword / Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim (p.XV) -- Introduction / Christopher Key Chapple (p.XXIII) -- The Cultural Underpinnings: Traditional Hindu Concepts of Nature -- Dharmic Ecology / O. P. Dwivedi (p.3) -- The Five Great Elements (Pañcamahābhūta): An Ecological Perspective / K. L. Seshagiri Rao (p.23) -- Nature Romanticism and Sacrifice in Rigvedic Interpretation / Laurie L. Patton (p.39) -- State Responsibility for Environmental Management: Perspectives from Hindu Texts on Polity / Mary McGee (p.59) -- Literary Foundations for an Ecological Aesthetic: Dharma, Ayurveda, the Arts, and Abhijñānaśākuntalam / T S. Rukmani (p.101) -- Reading the Bhagavadgītā from an Ecological Perspective / Lance E. Nelson (p.127) -- Can Hindu Beliefs and Values Help India Meet Its Ecological Crisis? / Anil Agarwal (p.165) -- Gandhian Philosophy and the Development of an Indigenous Indian Environmental Ethic -- Too Deep for Deep Ecology: Gandhi and the Ecological Vision of Life / Vinay Lal (p.183) -- The Inner Logic of Gandhian Ecology / Larry D. Shinn (p.213) -- Forests in Classic Texts and Traditions -- The Natural History of the Rāmāyana / David Lee (p.245) -- City, Forest, and Cosmos: Ecological Perspectives from the Sanskrit Epics / Philip Lutgendorf (p.269) -- “Sacred Grove” and Ecology: Ritual and Science / Fréderique Apffel-Marglin and Pramod Parajuli (p.291) -- “If You Cut a Branch You Cut My Finger”: Court, Forest, and Environmental Ethics in Rajasthan / Ann Grodzins Gold (p.317) -- Flowing Sacrality and Risking Profanity: The Yamunā, Gaʼngā, and Narmada Rivers -- River of Love in an Age of Pollution / David L. Haberman (p.339) -- Separate Domains: Hinduism, Politics, and Environmental Pollution / Kelly D. Alley (p.355) -- The Narmada: Circumambulation of a Sacred Landscape / Chris Deegan (p.389) -- Sacred Rivers, Sacred Dams: Competing Visions of Social Justice and Sustainable Development along the Narmada / William F. Fisher (p.401) -- Green and Red, Not Saffron: Gender and the Politics of Resistance in the Narmada Valley / Pratyusha Basu and Jael Silliman (p.423) -- Can Hindu Text and Ritual Practice Help Develop Environmental Conscience? -- Rituals of Embedded Ecologies: Drawing Kōlams, Marrying Trees, and Generating Auspiciousness / Vijaya Nagarajan (p.453) -- The Ritual Capsule of Durgā Pūjā: An Ecological Perspective / Madhu Khanna (p.469) -- Ethical and Religious Dimensions of Chipko Resistance / George A. James (p.499) -- Appendix 1 / Harry Blair (p.531) -- Appendix 2 / David Lee (p.535) -- Glossary (p.541) -- Select Bibliography (p.549) -- Notes on Contributors (p.569) -- Index (p.577) Sujet RAMEAU: Écologie Aspect religieux Hindouisme | Nature Aspect religieux Hindouisme | Sciences naturelles Inde | Hindouisme Doctrines | Ecology Religious aspects Hinduism | Nature Religious aspects Hinduism | Natural history India | Hinduism DoctrinesThématique: Religion | Environnement, milieu et ressources naturelles | PolitiqueThématique spécifique: Hindouisme | Ecologie | Doctrine | Conception de la nature | Protection de la nature | Aspects religieux | Rituel | Textes Géographique: Inde Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Bibliogr. p. [549]-567. Index.

Preface / Lawrence E. Sullivan (p.XI) -- Series Foreword / Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim (p.XV) -- Introduction / Christopher Key Chapple (p.XXIII) -- The Cultural Underpinnings: Traditional Hindu Concepts of Nature -- Dharmic Ecology / O. P. Dwivedi (p.3) -- The Five Great Elements (Pañcamahābhūta): An Ecological Perspective / K. L. Seshagiri Rao (p.23) -- Nature Romanticism and Sacrifice in Rigvedic Interpretation / Laurie L. Patton (p.39) -- State Responsibility for Environmental Management: Perspectives from Hindu Texts on Polity / Mary McGee (p.59) -- Literary Foundations for an Ecological Aesthetic: Dharma, Ayurveda, the Arts, and Abhijñānaśākuntalam / T S. Rukmani (p.101) -- Reading the Bhagavadgītā from an Ecological Perspective / Lance E. Nelson (p.127) -- Can Hindu Beliefs and Values Help India Meet Its Ecological Crisis? / Anil Agarwal (p.165) -- Gandhian Philosophy and the Development of an Indigenous Indian Environmental Ethic -- Too Deep for Deep Ecology: Gandhi and the Ecological Vision of Life / Vinay Lal (p.183) -- The Inner Logic of Gandhian Ecology / Larry D. Shinn (p.213) -- Forests in Classic Texts and Traditions -- The Natural History of the Rāmāyana / David Lee (p.245) -- City, Forest, and Cosmos: Ecological Perspectives from the Sanskrit Epics / Philip Lutgendorf (p.269) -- “Sacred Grove” and Ecology: Ritual and Science / Fréderique Apffel-Marglin and Pramod Parajuli (p.291) -- “If You Cut a Branch You Cut My Finger”: Court, Forest, and Environmental Ethics in Rajasthan / Ann Grodzins Gold (p.317) -- Flowing Sacrality and Risking Profanity: The Yamunā, Gaʼngā, and Narmada Rivers -- River of Love in an Age of Pollution / David L. Haberman (p.339) -- Separate Domains: Hinduism, Politics, and Environmental Pollution / Kelly D. Alley (p.355) -- The Narmada: Circumambulation of a Sacred Landscape / Chris Deegan (p.389) -- Sacred Rivers, Sacred Dams: Competing Visions of Social Justice and Sustainable Development along the Narmada / William F. Fisher (p.401) -- Green and Red, Not Saffron: Gender and the Politics of Resistance in the Narmada Valley / Pratyusha Basu and Jael Silliman (p.423) -- Can Hindu Text and Ritual Practice Help Develop Environmental Conscience? -- Rituals of Embedded Ecologies: Drawing Kōlams, Marrying Trees, and Generating Auspiciousness / Vijaya Nagarajan (p.453) -- The Ritual Capsule of Durgā Pūjā: An Ecological Perspective / Madhu Khanna (p.469) -- Ethical and Religious Dimensions of Chipko Resistance / George A. James (p.499) -- Appendix 1 / Harry Blair (p.531) -- Appendix 2 / David Lee (p.535) -- Glossary (p.541) -- Select Bibliography (p.549) -- Notes on Contributors (p.569) -- Index (p.577)

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