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Of Alchemy and Authenticity:Teaching About Daoism Today
(Teaching Theology and Religion, 2007)
The authors discuss the complexities and responsibilities of teaching about Daoism in contemporary North American colleges and universities. Expanding and revising the findings of Kirkland (1998), they argue that enough ...
Envisioning the Daoist Body in the Economy of Cosmic Power
The essay considers the relevance of Daoism to thinking about the place of human beings in the world in the light of global climate change.
Manifesto for a Daoist Theology of Messianic Wisdom
(Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2004)
This manifesto is an attempt to mark the theoretical foundations for a constructive Daoist theology of wisdom. It asks what the characteristics of such a theology ought to be and establishes the parameters within which ...
China's Quest for an Ecologically Sustainable Culture
China has to consider its environmental future and must look to concepts of sustainability to do so. With the indigenous religion of Taoism Beijing has the tools it needs to foster a culture of sustainability.
The Way of Highest Clarity: Nature, Vision and Revelation in Medieval China
(Three Pines Press, 2008)
Excerpts from the book "The Way of Highest Clarity: Nature, Vision and Revelation in Medieval Daoism" by James Miller
Chinese Cultural Factors Favouring Biotechnology Research
This paper summarizes recent European research on social and cultural perceptions of biotechnology research, with a focus on transgenic mice. Secondly it attempts to consider some of the same questions from a Chinese ...