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Confucianism Table of Contents

Center for the Study of World Religions
Harvard Divinity School
Religions of the World and Ecology Series
Confucianism and Ecology Volume
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Berthrong, eds.


Table of Contents



Series Foreword


Lawrence E. Sullivan

Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim

Setting the Context
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Berthrong

Chapter 1

The Nature of the Critique
“Beyond the Enlightenment Mentality”
Tu Weiming

“‘Think Globally, Act Locally,’ and the Contested Ground Between”
Wm. Theodore de Bary

Chapter 2

The Context for Response
“Companionship with the World: Roots and Branches of A Confucian Ecology”
Rodney L. Taylor

“Early Confucianism and Environmental Ethics”
Philip J. Ivanhoe

“Extending the Neo-Confucian Tradition: Questions and Reconceptualization for the Twenty-First Century”
Michael C. Kalton

Chapter 3

Conceptual Resources from China, Korea, and Japan
“The Continuity of Being: Chinese Visions of Nature”
Tu Weiming

“Response and Responsibility: Chou Tun-i and Confucian Resources for Environmental Ethics”
Joseph A. Adler

“The Philosophy of Environmental Correlation in Chu His”
Toshio Kuwako

“Ecological Implications of Yi Yulgok’s Cosmology”
Young-chan Ro

“The Philosophy of Ch’i as an Ecological Cosmology”
Mary Evelyn Tucker

Chapter 4 Philosophical Reflections

“The Trinity of Cosmology, Ecology, and Ethics in the Confucian Personhood”
Chung-ying Cheng

“Motifs for a New Confucian Ecological Vision”
John Berthrong

“Orientation, Self, and Ecological Posture”
Robert Cummings Neville

Chapter 5

From Principle to Practice
“Confucianism and Garden Design: A Comparison of Koishikawa Korakuen and Würlitzer Park”
Seiko Goto and Julia Ching

“Some Thoughts on Confucianism and Ecofeminism”
Huey-li Li

“From Heaven-and-Earth to Nature: Chinese Concepts of the Environment and Their Influence on Policy Implementation”
Robert P. Weller and Peter K. Bol


Notes on Contributors


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Reprinted with permission.