A Non-Philosophical Theory of Nature: Ecologies of Thought (Radical Theologies)
By: Anthony Paul Smith (author)Paperback
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Utilizing Francois Laruelle's "non-philosophical" method, Smith constructs a unified theory of philosophical theology and ecology by challenging environmental philosophy and theology, claiming that and engagement with scientific ecology can radically change the standard metaphysics of nature, as well as ethical problems related to "the natural".
Anthony Paul Smith is an assistant professor in the Religion Department of La Salle University, USA
Introduction PART I: THE PERVERSITY OF NATURE FORECLOSED TO THOUGHT 1. Nature is not Hidden but Perverse 2. Ecology and Thought 3. Philosophy and Ecology 4. Theology and Ecology PART II: THE NON-PHILOSOPHICAL MATRIX 5. Theory of the Philosophical Decision 6. The Practice and Principles of Non-Philosophy 7. Non-Theological Supplement PART III: IMMANENTAL ECOLOGY AND ECOLOGIES (OF) THOUGHT 8. Real Ecosystems (of) Thought 9. Elements of an Immanental Ecology 10. Ecolologies without Nature PART IV: A THEORY OF NATURE 11. Separating Nature from the World 12. Materials for a Theory of Nature Conclusion: Theory of Nature
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