Laozi and the New Green Paradigm

February 2014
Journal of Daoist Studies;2014, Vol. 7, p226
Academic Journal
The article discusses the significance of Daoism in the transformation from natural environment treat into global civilization threat. Laozi's evolutionary roadmap to sustainable future through the dynamics of nature is pointed out. The consideration of Laozi's ideas nonaction is argued. Considering wuwei as a tool that measures better geo-engineering modes and as a compass needle for the unsustainable economy is noted.


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