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The Resource A Shamanic pneumatology in a mystical age of sacred sustainability : the spirit of the sacred Earth, Jojo M. Fung ; preface by Peter C. Phan

A Shamanic pneumatology in a mystical age of sacred sustainability : the spirit of the sacred Earth, Jojo M. Fung ; preface by Peter C. Phan

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A Shamanic pneumatology in a mystical age of sacred sustainability : the spirit of the sacred Earth
Title
A Shamanic pneumatology in a mystical age of sacred sustainability
Title remainder
the spirit of the sacred Earth
Statement of responsibility
Jojo M. Fung ; preface by Peter C. Phan
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Language
eng
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Fung, Jojo M.,
Dewey number
291.144
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Phan, Peter C.,
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  • Shamanism
  • Spirit
  • Karen (Southeast Asian people)
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A Shamanic pneumatology in a mystical age of sacred sustainability : the spirit of the sacred Earth, Jojo M. Fung ; preface by Peter C. Phan
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multicolored
Contents
  • A Shamanic Pneumatology in a Mystical Age of Sacred Sustainability; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgment; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Author's Note; Introduction; 1 Context and Challenges; Introduction; Context and Challenges of Modernization; The World Stage; The National Stage; The Village as a Contested Space; The Karen of Dokdaeng in a Situated and Contested Space; Location, History and Population; Matrilineal and Matrilocal; Beliefs and Rituals; Villages as Contested Space; Taxonomy; Policies of Dispossession; Grassroots Agency for Sustained Struggle; Conclusion; Notes
  • 2 Theoretical Framework on Sacredness and SustainabilitySacredness: A Cultural Notion and Tool of Negotiation; Sacredness Relegated by Modernity; Sacredness: Nature, Place and Ritual; Nature; Place; Rituals; Sacredness: A Tool of Negotiation; Sacredness in Relation to Sacred Space; Village-Space: Site of Local Knowledge and Wisdom; Sustainability: A Discourse with a History; An Overview; UN's Discourse on Sustainability; Critique of UN's Discourse on Sustainability; An Emergent Discourse on Sustainability; A Working Definition; Sustainability as a Multifaceted Discourse; Conclusion; Notes
  • 3 Sustaining Indigenous Religio-Cultural TraditionsFocused Conversation: Rationale and Presuppositions; Aims; Specific Areas; Understanding of Sacredness; Local understanding of Taj Thi Ta Tau, Ywa and Spirit; Local Understanding of Sustainability; Crucial Options; Organic Farming Is Sustainable; Sustainability Involves Conservation; Contrasting Understanding; Complementary Understanding; Sustainability of Beliefs and Rituals; Sustainability of Ritual Performers; Recourse to Additional Means; Sustainability Among the Young; Interrelationship Between Sacredness and Sustainability
  • Karenization: A Dynamic Process in the Village-SpaceMutual Adaptation; Adaptation of Concept and Place; Change in Ritual Meaning; Recreate Traditional Rituals; An Emergent Overview; Conclusion; Notes; 4 Indigenous Cosmologies of Sustainability; Sustainability of the Ancestral Homeland; Knowledge of Soil; Knowledge of Rice and Land Use; Knowledge of the Forest; Knowledge of Water; Knowledge of Rotational Farming; Knowledge of the Months in the Cycle of Rice Production; Knowledge of Terraces; Knowledge of Certain Sites; Knowledge of Certain Trees as Abodes of the Spirits
  • Knowledge of Certain RegulationsKaren's Cosmology of Sustainability; Conclusion; Notes; 5 The Ensuing Challenges and Critiques; Ritual Reconstruction for Liberative Struggle; Negotiating the External Challenges; Negotiating the Internal Tension; Relational Ethics of Reverence; This-Worldly Everyday Mysticism; Critique of Excessive Anthropocentrism; Notion of the Human; Implication for the Sciences, Religions and Theology; Grounding Discourses and Praxis in Mysticism; Critique of the Phenomenology of Religion; Critique of Sustainable Development; Critique of the Prevalent Notion of Space
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9783319510224
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(OCoLC)994221066
Label
A Shamanic pneumatology in a mystical age of sacred sustainability : the spirit of the sacred Earth, Jojo M. Fung ; preface by Peter C. Phan
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • A Shamanic Pneumatology in a Mystical Age of Sacred Sustainability; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgment; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Author's Note; Introduction; 1 Context and Challenges; Introduction; Context and Challenges of Modernization; The World Stage; The National Stage; The Village as a Contested Space; The Karen of Dokdaeng in a Situated and Contested Space; Location, History and Population; Matrilineal and Matrilocal; Beliefs and Rituals; Villages as Contested Space; Taxonomy; Policies of Dispossession; Grassroots Agency for Sustained Struggle; Conclusion; Notes
  • 2 Theoretical Framework on Sacredness and SustainabilitySacredness: A Cultural Notion and Tool of Negotiation; Sacredness Relegated by Modernity; Sacredness: Nature, Place and Ritual; Nature; Place; Rituals; Sacredness: A Tool of Negotiation; Sacredness in Relation to Sacred Space; Village-Space: Site of Local Knowledge and Wisdom; Sustainability: A Discourse with a History; An Overview; UN's Discourse on Sustainability; Critique of UN's Discourse on Sustainability; An Emergent Discourse on Sustainability; A Working Definition; Sustainability as a Multifaceted Discourse; Conclusion; Notes
  • 3 Sustaining Indigenous Religio-Cultural TraditionsFocused Conversation: Rationale and Presuppositions; Aims; Specific Areas; Understanding of Sacredness; Local understanding of Taj Thi Ta Tau, Ywa and Spirit; Local Understanding of Sustainability; Crucial Options; Organic Farming Is Sustainable; Sustainability Involves Conservation; Contrasting Understanding; Complementary Understanding; Sustainability of Beliefs and Rituals; Sustainability of Ritual Performers; Recourse to Additional Means; Sustainability Among the Young; Interrelationship Between Sacredness and Sustainability
  • Karenization: A Dynamic Process in the Village-SpaceMutual Adaptation; Adaptation of Concept and Place; Change in Ritual Meaning; Recreate Traditional Rituals; An Emergent Overview; Conclusion; Notes; 4 Indigenous Cosmologies of Sustainability; Sustainability of the Ancestral Homeland; Knowledge of Soil; Knowledge of Rice and Land Use; Knowledge of the Forest; Knowledge of Water; Knowledge of Rotational Farming; Knowledge of the Months in the Cycle of Rice Production; Knowledge of Terraces; Knowledge of Certain Sites; Knowledge of Certain Trees as Abodes of the Spirits
  • Knowledge of Certain RegulationsKaren's Cosmology of Sustainability; Conclusion; Notes; 5 The Ensuing Challenges and Critiques; Ritual Reconstruction for Liberative Struggle; Negotiating the External Challenges; Negotiating the Internal Tension; Relational Ethics of Reverence; This-Worldly Everyday Mysticism; Critique of Excessive Anthropocentrism; Notion of the Human; Implication for the Sciences, Religions and Theology; Grounding Discourses and Praxis in Mysticism; Critique of the Phenomenology of Religion; Critique of Sustainable Development; Critique of the Prevalent Notion of Space
Control code
ocn994221066
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319510224
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)994221066

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