Beyond Taoism: Comparative Environmental Planning
When I was growing up in Korea, I was heavily influenced by the teachings of Eastern philosophy. In particular, what I learned from Lao-Tzu and Chuang-Tzu — a stream of thought usually called Taoism in the Western world — proved a powerful intellectual element shaping my perspective about man’s relationship with the natural environment. The essence of Taoism lies in the inviolacy of nature and a search for a harmonious relationship between human beings and the natural environment. Nature is at the highest order of all things in the Taoist’s world.
KeywordsGeneral Framework Cognitive Domain American Student Environmental Impact Assessment Comparative Planning
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