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  1. Carol P. Crist & Kathryn Roundtree (2006). Humanity in the Web of Life. Environmental Ethics 28 (2):185-200.score: 870.0
    The humanity-nature divide is a modern Western construction based on the notion that matter (nature) is dead, while consciousness (humanity) is alive, rational, and positioned to use matter (nature) to achieve its ends. In contrast, in the world views of the indigenous Maμori of New Zealand and Aborigines of Australia, nature is not separate from humanity and all is infused with consciousness. The ecofeminist and Goddess movements which emerged in the last decades of the twentieth-century, share with many indigenous religions (...)
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  2. Larry S. Crist (1980). Ronald N. Walpole, Ed., An Anonymous Old French Translation of the Pseudo-Turpin “Chronicle”: A Critical Edition of the Text Contained in Bibliothèque Nationale MSS Fr. 2137 and 17203 and Incorporated by Philippe Mouskés in His “Chronique Rimée.” (Mediaeval Academy Books, No. 89.) Cambridge, Mass.: The Mediaeval Academy of America, 1979. P. Ix, 160. $18. [REVIEW] Speculum 55 (4):876-877.score: 240.0
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  3. P. Piccone (1978). La Crist del Marxismo. Telos 1978 (37):199-207.score: 24.0
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