Healing the Wounds: The Promise of Ecofeminism

Healing the Wounds: The Promise of Ecofeminism

by Judith Plant
     
 
Healing the Wounds calls upon us to rediscover and act out of the wholeness at the core of our existence. Drawing upon the combined vision and energy of feminist and ecological perspectives, Healing the Wounds challenges us to bring together body, mind, and spirit; the personal, political, and the spiritual; theory, practice, and reflection.

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Healing the Wounds calls upon us to rediscover and act out of the wholeness at the core of our existence. Drawing upon the combined vision and energy of feminist and ecological perspectives, Healing the Wounds challenges us to bring together body, mind, and spirit; the personal, political, and the spiritual; theory, practice, and reflection.

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WomanSource Catalog & Review: Tools for Connecting the Community for Women
Because woemn have been the healers, nurturers and teachers of their loved ones, its seem appropriate (imperative) that we continue to awaken the offspring of the earth. There is an underlying partnership between every living thing; the environment is us. This beautiful collection of essays and poetry from women activists, writers and feminists who share this commitment, explores the link between women and nature in many cultures, exposes the abuses and prescribes ways of change. This is education for the uninformed and hope for the disheartened.
—SH

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780865711525
Publisher:
New Society Publishers
Publication date:
08/28/1989
Pages:
276

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