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Ecopsychology, phenomenology, and the environment : the experience of nature

Author: Douglas A Vakoch; Fernando Castrillón
Publisher: New York : Springer, [2014]
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A significant step in the evolution of ecopsychology has been the field{u2019}s growing awareness of its long-standing affinity with phenomenology. Now, at a time when the natural world is viewed as somewhere between threatening, threatened, and invisible, an examination of the often implicit bond between these two spheres of inquiry makes increasing sense.¡ Ecopsychology, Phenomenology, and the Environment: The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Ecopsychology, phenomenology, and the environment.
New York : Springer, ©2014
(DLC) 2013958152
(OCoLC)876008791
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas A Vakoch; Fernando Castrillón
ISBN: 9781461496199 1461496195
OCLC Number: 871401539
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 265 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Ecopsychology and Phenomenology: an Introduction --
Intimacy, Otherness and Alienation: The Intertwining of Nature and Consciousness --
Mountain Reflections: Reverence for the Consciousness of Nature --
Diamond in the Rough: An Exploration of Aliveness and Transformation in Wilderness --
Intimate Responsivity As Our Shared Essence-Calling-Path-Fruition: Eco(psycho)logical Ethics Via Zen Buddhist Phenomenology --
The Naturalist's Presence: Notes Toward a Relational Phenomenology of Attention and Meaning --
Nomadic Dimensions of Education with the Earth-in-Mind --
A Phenomenology of Intimate Relating and Identification with the Whole (And the Tale of the Woefully Misguided Aspirations of the Common Land Barnacle) --
The Who of Environmental Ethics: Phenomenology and the Moral Self --
Elemental Imagination: Deconstructive Phenomenology and the Sense of Environmental Ethics --
Geologic Soul: An Ethic of Underworld Force --
Climate Chaos, Eco-Psychology and the Maturing Human Being --
Apocalyptic Imagination and the Silence of the Elements --
Eros of Erosion: The Shaping of an Archetypal Geology --
The Invisibility of Nature: Garbage, Play-Forts and the Deterritorialization of Urban Nature Spaces --
Lorecasting the Weather: Unhumanizing Phenomenology for Decoding the Language of Earth.
Responsibility: Douglas A. Vakoch, Fernando Castrillón, editors.

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