Animism: Respecting the Living World

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgements xi
  • Part I - From Derogatory to Critical Term 1
  • 1: From Primitives to Persons 3
  • Part II - Animist Case Studies 31
  • 2: Ojibwe Language 33
  • 3: Maori Arts 50
  • 4: Aboriginal Law and Land 66
  • 5: Eco-Pagan Activism 82
  • Part III: Animist Issues - A Series of Discussions of Problems That Arise for Those Who Live and Think in Animist Ways 97
  • 6: Signs of Life and Personhood 99
  • 7: Death 115
  • 8: Spirits, Powers, Creators and Souls 121
  • 9: Shamans 139
  • 10: Cannibalism 153
  • 11: Totems 164
  • 12: Elders and Ethics 169
  • Part IV - Animism's Challenges 177
  • 13: Environmentalisms 179
  • 14: Consciousness 187
  • 15: Philosophers and Persons 195
  • Conclusion 205
  • Bibliography 213
  • Index 237
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