Indigeneity and Climate Change Response Paper
How do the views of indigenous people on how we should treat nature complicate and/or complement our political and scientific discussions on nature and climate change? Think of how authors who claim to provide an indigenous view on nature engage with enlightenment ideas of science, freedom, progress and religion and the way we approach nature. Why did we read Deloria’s book and why do we pay attention to indigenous views in general? What do they say different? What would we lack if we don’t consider them? Provide a compelling argument on whether or not considering indigenous people and indigenous views provide a radical critique different from our political and scientific discussions on climate change. Or are they only providing additional insights?
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