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Ecopolitics: Theological Resources? | The Anti-Moderate

The failure of stewardship talk, I think, comes from its resolute anthropocentrism. Stewardship is thewrong metaphor for talking about the environment, because stewardship suggests a pile of stuff, for the enjoyment of the owner and, subsidiarily, of the steward. “Development,” therefore, is a key purpose, suggested by the metaphor.

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