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Becoming indigenous to the universe: reflections on living systems, indigeneity and citizenship

Posted on: 23 November, 2015
Issue: Vol 15 No 4, October 2015 – December 2015
Related to Cultural ways

Arabena K (2015)
Becoming indigenous to the universe: reflections on living systems, indigeneity and citizenship
North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing

In this book, the author opens doors to unexplored ethical possibilities for living in the twenty-first century. Converging wisdom from Indigenous peoples’ philosophic traditions with scientific and ethical understandings of contemporary modern thought has yielded new understanding of universal ‘indigeneity’, citizenship and place in living systems. This important work embraces what Fritjof Capra referred to as ‘epistemic science’: by combining a view of nature and epistemologies, we begin to articulate new ways of considering future human health in the context of ecological health and wellbeing.

Abstract adapted from Australian Scholarly Publishing

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