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Rediscovery of Early Twentieth-Century Ecotheology

The vast majority of us subscribe to the idea that human activity dramatically changes the natural environment, altering many biological processes. But addressing the global nature of human impact may require help from belief systems large enough to conceptualize on a cosmic scale. Although Christianity has seldom been recognized as an ally to the ecological […]

Murrinhpatha: A Language Where Space Has No Directions

The way that different languages convey information has long fascinated linguists, anthropologists and sociologists alike.  Murrinhpatha, the lingua franca spoken by the majority of Aboriginal people in the Moyle and Fitzmaurice rivers region of Australia’s Northern Territory has many interesting features, with the absence of verbal abstract directions a prominent one among them. But if […]

Book Announcement: How children grow into happy adults?

The last years have seen an increasing interest in the topic of well-being across different disciplines. And children happiness appears to be on the forefront of venerable goals of psychology as it is proved to have a significant influence on the whole future life course and adulthood. New inter-disciplinary book “The Well-being of Children” by […]