An Indigenous Philosophical Ecology: Situating the Human
Can Indigenous ecological knowledge contribute to major debates in Western science and philosophy? I argue that it offers a 'philosophical ecology' that works synergistically with Western eco-philosophy and some streams of ecological science. This paper takes up the challenge offered by Val Plumwood: that anthropology can contribute to the work of re-situating the human. It examines an ecological philosophy of mutual benefits, and shows patterns, and a broader meta-pattem, in which life is both...[Show more]
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