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Liberation Theology and Ecology: Alternative, Confrontation or Complementarity?

Leonardo Boff, 1995


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Resource IDboff1995
Resource titleLiberation Theology and Ecology: Alternative, Confrontation or Complementarity?
Author/sourceLeonardo Boff
Date published 1995
Summary text/ abstractLiberation theology and ecological discourse have something in common: they stem from two wounds that are bleeding. The first, the wound of poverty and wretchedness, tears the social fabric of millions and millions of poor people the world over. The second, systematic aggression against the earth, destroys the equilibrium of the planet, threatened by the depredations made by a type of development undertaken by contemporary societies, now spread throughout the world. Both lines of reflection and action stem from a cry: the cry of the poor for life, liberty and beauty (see Exod. 3.7) in the case of liberation theology; the cry of the earth growing under oppression (see Rom. 8.22-3) in that of ecology.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Neo-Luddism, Simplicity
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