15 new essays, Japanese Environmental Philosophy | Philosophy & Religion

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August 24, 2017

15 new essays, Japanese Environmental Philosophy

In fifteen new essays, Japanese Environmental Philosophy responds to the environmental problems of the 21st-century by drawing from Japanese philosophical traditions. Bringing to bear Japanese philosophers' insights, the volume investigates our relationship with other humans, nonhuman animals, and the environment. The essays cover a broad range of Japanese thought, including Zen Buddhism, Shintoism, the Kyoto School, Japanese art and aesthetics, and traditional Japanese culture.