Religions of the World and Ecology Series
Jainism and Ecology Volume
Christopher Key Chapple, ed.
“Table of Contents”
|Series Preface||Lawrence E. Sullivan|
|Series Foreword||Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim|
|Introduction||Christopher Key Chapple|
|Chapter 1||Jain Theories about the Nature of the Universe|
|“The Jain Worldview and Ecology”||Nathamal Tatia|
|“Jain Ecological Perspectives”||John Koller|
|“The Nature of Nature: Jain Perspectives on the Natural World”||Kristi L. Wiley|
|Chapter 2||Challenges to the Possibility of a Jain Environmental Ethic|
|“Green Jainism? Notes and Queries toward a Possible Jain Environmental Ethic”||John E. Cort|
|“The Limits of a Jain Environmental Ethic”||Paul Dundas|
|“The Living Earth of Jainism and the New Story: Rediscovering and Reclaiming a Functional Cosmology”||Christopher Key Chapple|
|“Ecology, Economics, and Development in Jainism”||Padmanabh S. Jaini|
|Chapter 3||Voices within the Tradition: Jainism Is Ecological|
|“The Environmental and Ecological Teachings of Tirthankara Mahavira ”||Sadhvi Shilapi|
|“Ecology and Spirituality in the Jain Tradition”||Bhagchandra Jain|
|“Jain Ecology”||Satish Kumar|
|Chapter 4||Tradition and Modernity: Can Jainism Meet the Environmental Challenge?|
|“From Liberation to Ecology: Ethical Discourses among Orthodox and Diaspora Jains”||Anne Valley|
|“The Jain Declaration on Nature”||L. M. Singhvi|
Notes on Contributors
Korean language edition: Seoul, Korea, Hanna Tec, 2005.
Indian edition: Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2006. Lata S.I. Jain Research Series, Vol. 22.
Copyright © 2002 Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard Divinity School.
Reprinted with permission.