Will non-humans be saved? An argument in ecotheology

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Abstract

The growing interest for ecology has the unexpected effect ofgranting new relevance to a theology not so much interested in the salvation ofhumans as in the salvation of the whole creation –non-humans included. Sincescience studies has probed for many years several alternatives to the modernistdivide between subject and object, it is interesting to cross the tools of sciencestudies and theology to elicit a new contrast between nature and creation. Usingtools from an anthropological inquiry of the moderns, the paper draws a differentconnection between religion and science that bypasses the notion of nature.

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  • Bruno Latour

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