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context to answer this question. In doing so, I outline three primary metaphors that will help us to think about “environmental ethics” from a planetary perspective: Entanglement, Multiple Causality, and Rainbow Time. In other words our problems as well as our identities are involved in planetary

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In: Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

entanglement of, rather than an interaction between, human and nonhuman bodies and lifeworlds. In what follows I will demonstrate that this ecological conception of sexuality not only encourages a new materialist understanding of the self as “perpetually interconnected with the flows of substances and the

In: Entanglements and Weavings: Diffractive Approaches to Gender and Love