Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Blog 6 - Deep ecology

Foltz argues that there is a spiritual aspect to nature, a sense of holiness, a deep ecology. We believes that this concept of deep, full understanding of the profoundness of nature, is achieved by our interests. The more interested we are about nature, the more we would want to find out more about it. And this would lead to a domino effect of trying to understand nature. But for us to fully understand nature we must recognize that their is a spiritual component to  it that may not be fully revealed. I contend that their is a heightened sense of spirituality about the world we living and thus nature. If we treat nature as the sacred entity it is, nature preservation efforts could be easily undertook.

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