On overcoming the culture-nature divide : a panpsychist proposal
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Within the recently published volumes, Knowing Creation and Christ and the Created Order, several authors argue that the theological category of creation can help contemporary society overcome the modern, and ecologically harmful, bifurcation between nature and culture. This paper supplements this important argument by showing how theological panpsychism, an ontology inspired by current debates within analytic philosophy of mind, can help theologians articulate a metaphysically robust and Trinitarian doctrine of creation.
Leidenhag , J 2020 , ' On overcoming the culture-nature divide : a panpsychist proposal ' , Scottish Journal of Theology , vol. 73 , no. 1 , pp. 43-54 . https://doi.org/10.1017/S003693061900067X
Scottish Journal of Theology
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