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Children’s rights and spaces: an ethnographic look at children’s rights in Punjab, India and Ontario, Canada.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is the most widely signed and ratified human rights treaty in history. The Convention is law in the nearly two hundred countries that have ratified it including ...
(学术研究 Journal of Academic Research, 2010-04)
This paper proposes that Daoist body cultivation can be used as a means to develop an ecological sensitivity. It does so by examining Daoist body cultivation in the light of Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology of the body, and ...
Religión, Naturaleza y Modernidad: la búsqueda para un futuro sostenible en la República popular de China
Lecture given at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, December 2005
The Economy of Cosmic Power: A Vision for a Daoist Theology of Religion
A comparison of Daoist and Christian religious ideas using Robert Cummings Neville's theory of religious ideas.
The Space of Nature and the Nature of Space in the Esoteric Biography of Perfected Purple Yang 紫陽真人內傳
A handout for a talk given at the University of Sydney on the Daoist hagiographic text "Esoteric Biography of Perfected Purple Yang" 紫陽真人內傳(Ziyang zhenren neizhuan)
Religion, Ecology and the Future of the Human Species
Slides for a lecture given at the Harvest Conference, Rural Church Network, Muenster SK.
“Make It So!” The Persistence of Religion
A (somewhat) humourous talk give at Queen’s School of Religion, March 2012.
Chinese Sexual Yoga and the Way of Immortality
Bedchamber arts belong to a broad tradition of macrobiotic practices within Chinese culture aimed at improving health and wellbeing, and extending the lifespan of the physical body. Related practices involve the regulation of ...
Living Light: Shangqing Daoist Cultivation in Theory and Practice
Notes for a presentation given at a Conference on Daoist Cultivation, Vashon Island, WA, May 2001
Is Green the New Red? The Role of Religion in Creating a Sustainable China
The Chinese Daoist Assocation has embarked upon an ambitious agenda to promote Daoism as China’s “green religion.” This new construction of “green Daoism” differs, however, from both traditional Chinese and modern Western ...