Native science: natural laws of interdependence

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Clear Light Publishers, 2000 - History - 315 pages
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In Native Science, Gregory Cajete initiates the reader into a timeless tradition of understanding, experiencing, and feeling the natural world. He explores and documents the Indigenous view of reality--delving into art, myth, ceremony, and symbol, as well as the practice of Native science in the physical sphere. He examines the multiple levels of meaning that inform Native astronomy, cosmology, psychology, agriculture, and the healing arts.

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Part of my research project on indigenous cosmovisions and sustainable ideologies. noms Read full review

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An authentic re validation of indigenous science...great literature for the conscientious deep ecologist Read full review

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Contents

Telling a Special Story
5
Philosophy of Native Science
57
The Ecology of Native American Community
85
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About the author (2000)

Cajete, associate professor at the University of New Mexico, is a Tewa Indian from Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. He has taught at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe.

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