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04/2011, ISBN 9781444331349, 17
This chapter contains sections titled: Issues Liturgical Offering How Christian Practice in Relation to the Environment Might be Shaped by Worship References 
human relationship to natural world ‐ working itself out in tension ‐ two modern perceptions, freedom and self‐direction of human agents, determining forces outside our control | re‐enacting the story, treasuring the creation ‐ consummate moment of offering, eucharistic prayer, the “offertory” | immanentism, moral claims of “nature‐as‐a‐whole” ‐ “a creative, life‐sustaining process, well‐functioning of which is not only vital to but constitutive of human and non‐human well‐being” | Christian practice in relation to environment, shaped by worship ‐ Christian story contrasting with what might be called the “ Manichean” character of contemporary approaches | second moment of modernity ‐ whole series of what it perceived, threats to this freedom and self‐possession | dominance of management models and lure of “sustainability” ‐ inheriting terms of freedom, determinism dialectic, environmental decision‐making | management models, vulnerable to criticism ‐ objectifying the natural world, even instrumentalizing it | human relationship to nature ‐ be construed | tension between freedom and determinism ‐ dominant story in the West, Enlightenment and post‐Enlightenment thought about the human subject | isolating two key moments ‐ claim made for the radical ‐ and inalienable freedom and self‐possession of human subject | Human relationship to natural world - working itself out in tension - two modern perceptions, freedom and self-direction of human agents, determining forces outside our control | Tension between freedom and determinism - dominant story in the West, Enlightenment and post-Enlightenment thought about the human subject | Immanentism, moral claims of "nature-as-a-whole" - "a creative, life-sustaining process, well-functioning of which is not only vital to but constitutive of human and non-human well-being" | Dominance of management models and lure of "sustainability" - inheriting terms of freedom, determinism dialectic, environmental decision-making | Isolating two key moments - claim made for the radical - and inalienable freedom and self-possession of human subject | Management models, vulnerable to criticism - objectifying the natural world, even instrumentalizing it | Christian practice in relation to environment, shaped by worship - Christian story contrasting with what might be called the " Manichean" character of contemporary approaches | Human relationship to nature - be construed | Second moment of modernity - whole series of what it perceived, threats to this freedom and self-possession | Re-enacting the story, treasuring the creation - consummate moment of offering, eucharistic prayer, the "offertory"
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2008, 2nd ed., ISBN 9780123695048, 3 v. (xxxi, 2665 p.)
The 2nd edition of Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict provides timely and useful information about antagonism and reconciliation in all contexts of... 
Peace | Social conflict | Violence
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