Will non‐humans be saved? An argument in ecotheology*

  title={Will non‐humans be saved? An argument in ecotheology*},
  author={B. Latour},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute},
  • B. Latour
  • Published 2009
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
  • The growing interest in ecology has had the unexpected effect of granting new relevance to a theology interested not so much in the salvation of humans as in the salvation of the whole creation – non-humans included. Since science studies has for many years probed several alternatives to the modernist divide between subject and object, it is interesting to combine the tools of science studies and theology to elicit a new contrast between nature and creation. Using tools from an anthropological… CONTINUE READING
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