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2017 | 4 | 23-36
Article title

Eco-Feminist Ethics of Interdependence

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The paper examines the perception of nature and of the human-nature relationship which is deeply marked by the collective memory of human’s destroying domination over nature, especially in the Western world. In this segment the positive contribution of Christian theological eco-feminism is of utmost importance, as it discloses and breaks down the prejudice of the model of human’s superiority over nature by means of a criti-cal historical overview of individual religious traditions. The centrepiece here is an analysis of the tensions inherent in contemporary gender and nature religious policy and the implication of theological eco-feminist ethics of interdependence in everyday life and in understanding the identity of women and nature from this perspective.
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  • University of Primorska, Science and Reseach Centre of Koper, Garibaldijeva 1. 6000. KOPER – CAPODISTRIA, Slovenia
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