Doing Climate Justice from the Manifold Perspectives of Liberation Theologies

In: Doing Climate Justice
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Jan Niklas Collet
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Judith Gruber
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Wietske de Jong-Kumru
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Abstract

Liberating theologies focus primarily on the poor and the relationship between reality and faith perspectives. The editors of this volume present their shared views while sticking to their different theoretical approaches regarding universality and particularity, epistemology, culture and economy. Taking reality and particularly climate issues seriously as well as the consequences for the poor, different social actors, including academia are seen in their different roles in the engagement for a world the humans share with other kinds of being.

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