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Anarcho-Primitivism and the Bible

Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, pp.56-58, 31/05/2005


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Resource information:
Resource IDmyers20052
Resource titleAnarcho-Primitivism and the Bible
Author(s)Ched Myers
Publication/ sourceEncyclopedia of Religion and Nature, pp.56-58
Date published31/05/2005
Summary text/ abstract"Anarcho-primitivism" is an important current of contemporary deep ecological thought which responds to contemporary environmental and social crises with a radical revisionism of the history of civilisation. Though there have been few vigorous engagements between Christian theologians and these radical philosophical currents (exceptions include Jacques Ellul and Vernard Eller), this entry reflects upon possible points of contact between anarcho-primitivist ideas and certain trojectories found in the Bible.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Neo-Luddism
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