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Religious Studies 362: Religion and Earth Ethics

Examines human attitudes and behaviors toward the natural world, focusing on the historical evolution of religious environmental ethics in diverse cultures and traditions. Analyzes how religion serves as a resource for many contemporary environmental movements and yields varying public policy prescriptions. Provides an opportunity for a critical appraisal of competing religious environmental ethics.

Prerequisite: Religious Studies 107, 262 or Environmental Studies 262.

by Linn, Molly M last modified Oct 25, 2012 04:06 PM
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