Inheemse en religieuze denkbeelden over dieren

Gepubliceerd op 19 januari 2021 om 13:59

Door Pim Martens


Onze dominante huidige sociaal-economische en politieke systemen zijn losgekoppeld van de grotere ecologie van het leven. Onze relatie met de natuurlijke omgeving en dieren is in de loop van de tijd drastisch veranderd. In het ‘Ethics of the Anthropocene’ programma (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) bespreekt prof. Dr. Pim Martens onze relatie met dieren en de natuur met vertegenwoordigers van verschillende inheemse culturen en religieuze overtuigingen. Misschien kunnen we van hen leren en zo samen een duurzame toekomst vormgeven.

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Interview with Natan Slifkin, popularly known as the “Zoo Rabbi”, a British-born Israeli Orthodox rabbi and director of the Biblical Museum of Natural History in Beit Shemesh, Israel.

Interview with Harrie Smeets, a Dutch Roman Catholic bishop. Since December 8, 2018, he has been the 24th bishop of the diocese of Roermond and has chosen as a motto: love people in God’s name

Interview with Audelino Sac Coyoy, a Maya-K’iche’ priest and political scientist who currently teaches at the Universidad Rafael Landívar Campus de Quetzaltenango in Guatemala.

Interview with Jayasinhji Jhala, the 47th Jhallesvar His Highness Maharaja Sriraj of Halvad- Dhrangadhra and the cultural custodian of the Peoples of Jhalavad and protector of all life forms.

Interview with Phil Lane Jr. Phil is an enrolled member of the Ihanktonwan Dakota and Chickasaw Nations. Chief Phil Lane Jr. is an internationally recognized indigenous leader in human and community development.

Interview with Anita Sanchez. Anita, from Mexican-American and Aztec Indian heritage, was born into a Midwest family. She specializes in indigenous wisdom, diversity and inclusion, leadership, culture and promoting positive change in our world.


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