Tag Archives: Arne Naess

Nature and Us – One and the Same

I’ve been continuing to read the book The Deep Ecology Movement. This includes an introduction to the movement and a collection of essays with varying thoughts and opinions. Along with finding many similarities to Buddhism, I feel this is a meaningful framework to express nature and humans, and the dependency of each on the other, […]
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Beginning Deep Ecology

Continuing to read “Cultivating the Empty Fields“, the translator makes a comment¬†that Hongzhi’s teachings , who lived from 1091 to 1157, presage the modern philosophical movement of Deep Ecology. ¬†I had not heard of this movement and school of thought until this passage, which goes on to make the connection that not only are clouds […]
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