Integral Ecology as a Liberationist Concept

@article{Castillo2016IntegralEA,
  title={Integral Ecology as a Liberationist Concept},
  author={Daniel Prieto Castillo},
  journal={Theological Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={77},
  pages={353 - 376}
}
The concept of integral ecology is at the center of Pope Francis’s call for the renewal of our common home. However, throughout Laudato Si’, this concept remains somewhat under-defined. In this article, I clarify both the structural and qualitative dimensions of Francis’s concept by demonstrating the ways in which it aligns with Gustavo Gutiérrez’s classic concept of integral liberation. In so doing, I argue that through the concept of “integral ecology” Francis calls for the radical conversion… Expand
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