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Daoism and Nature
Draft essay on Daoism and Nature for the Oxford Handbook of Religion and Ecology edited by Roger Gottlieb (Oxford University Press).
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
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.
Religion, Nature and Modernization in China
(Leiden University Press, 2010)
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 ...
Monitory Democracy and Ecological Civilization in the People’s Republic of China
In what sense can religious values and institutions in China be seen as elements of civil society that have the function of challenging and monitoring the interests, values and actions of the state? To answer this question, ...