ecofeminist
noun or adjective see ecofeminism

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  • List of ecofeminist authors — An alphabetized list of ecofeminist writers includes the following:* Carol Adams * Françoise d Eaubonne * Alice Fulton * Mary Grey * Susan Griffin * Donna Haraway * Stephanie Kaza * Catherine Keller * Petra Kelly * Anna Kingsford * Winona LaDuke… …   Wikipedia

  • Ecofeminism — is a social and political movement which attempts to unite environmentalism and feminism, [ [http://www.feministezine.com/feminist/ecofeminism/What is Ecofeminism Anyway.html What is Ecofeminism anyway?] , retrieved on May 28 2007.] with some… …   Wikipedia

  • Marti Kheel — (? – 19. November 2011 in Greenwich) war eine Tierbefreiungsaktivistin, vegane Forscherin und Umweltethikerin. Ihr Buch Nature Ethics: An Ecofeminist Perspective (2008) und der vielfach diskutierte und nachgedruckte Essay The Liberation of Nature …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Экофеминизм — (англ. ecofeminism, от гр. oikos  дом, родина + femina  женщина)  общественное движение и философия, соединяющие цели феминизма и экологии. Экофеминизм проводит параллель между эксплуатацией природы и женщины в патриархатном… …   Википедия

  • Ariel Salleh — is an Australian sociologist who writes on social ecology and ecofeminism. In contrast to idealist ecofeminisms coming from philosophy and cultural studies, Salleh s analysis is close to that of fellow sociologists Maria Mies in Germany and Mary… …   Wikipedia

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  • Carolyn Merchant — (born 1936 in Rochester, New York) is an American ecofeminist philosopher and historian of science most famous for her theory on the Death of Nature , whereby she identifies the Enlightenment as the period when science began to atomise, objectify …   Wikipedia

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