L’écologie intégrale : relier les approches, intégrer les enjeux, tisser une vision
The concept of integral ecology is a highly topical one: we must learn to weave together both the various ecological currents and the various issues of the planetary crisis we are going through. The article proposes, after a general definition of the concept of integral ecology, the explanation of three veins of influence which have been identified: a republican vein, a Christian vein and a transconfessional vein. Five dimensions of integral ecology (technical, economic, political, philosophical and spiritual) are then made explicit and are presented as the geological strata of the crisis. They are considered indispensable for an integral understanding of ecology. Moreover, the challenge of an integral approach should, at each of these levels of analysis, aim to overcome the ruts of modern thought which creates dichotomies where we should rather look for convergences.
Charlotte Luyckx. L’écologie intégrale : relier les approches, intégrer les enjeux, tisser une vision. La pensée écologique 2020/2 – No. 6. Presses Universitaires de France.
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