Convergence with Nature
A Daoist Perspective

By (author) David E. Cooper

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Shows how a Daoist approach can help people reconnect with nature

Discusses controversial ethical issues such as hunting, intensive farming and environmental activism

Author is a distinguished philosopher with a strong interest in Asian thought

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David E. Cooper was Professor of Philosophy at Durham University for many years and has been a visiting professor at universities in the United States, Canada, Malta, Sri Lanka and South Africa. His philosophical interests range from environmental ethics to aesthetics, from the philosophy of language to Asian thought, from the history of philosophy to the philosophy of religion. His many books include Existentialism: A Reconstruction, World Philosophies: An Historical Introduction, The Measure of Things: Humanism, Humility and Mystery and A Philosophy of Gardens.